3.2 magnitude earthquake rattles Nominingue, Que., north of Mont Tremblant

A 3.2 magnitude quake was lightly felt in the town of Nominingue, QC early this morning, according to Earthquakes Canada.

Early-morning quake was 3rd in Quebec in a week, with no damage reported in any of them

The earthquake was centred in Nominingue, Que., located about 60 kilometres north of Mont Tremblant. (Google Maps/CBC)

An early-morning earthquake shook a town north of Mont Tremblant in Quebec's Laurentians region. 

The 3.2 magnitude quake occurred at about 5:46 a.m. ET and was lightly felt in the town of Nominingue, QC, according to Earthquakes Canada. 

It's the third earthquake to hit Quebec in just over a week. 

Two days earlier, a smaller 2.7 magnitude earthquake rattled the region east of Montreal that includes Grand-Mere, Shawinigan and Trois-Rivières.

​On June 28, a 3.8 magnitude earthquake was felt northwest of La Pocatiere. 

No damage was reported in any of the incidents. 

About 200 small earthquakes a year typically occur in the area between Montreal and Ottawa — known as the Western Quebec Seismic Zone, according to Earthquakes Canada.