DIGBY, N.S. – Natural Resources Canada says a magnitude 3.6 earthquake made the ground shake in southern Nova Scotia just after 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon.
The agency says no damage has been reported and none is expected.
Twitter users from Digby to Yarmouth report feeling the quake that was centred in the Bay of Fundy.
It’s the second earthquake in the region within a week, as a magnitude 2.5 quake was recorded in the Digby area on June 27 but wasn’t felt.