People on both sides of the border felt an earthquake originating around the Quebec and Ontario borders, the Canadian government said.
Natural Resources Canada gave it a preliminary magnitude of 5.2; the U.S. Geological Survey put it at 4.4.
With an epicenter about 11 miles (18 kilometers) from Shawville, in western Quebec, the quake was felt in the Ottawa-Gatineau area and out to Toronto, more than 260 miles away. It hit a nerve in New York state and Cleveland, too.
I'll give it a 2.3.
That's the best I can do.
We felt it in michigan also.
Good thing this dint happen in the Yoonighted States. YEE HAW.
Felt it at the North Pole.
So Canada finally had an earthquake. Now Canada gets three wishes.
Hey, my first wish is to have infinite wishes, eh?
And my second wish is for all those hoseheads to take off!
And my third wish is for more infinite wishes, eh?
Thank you, Earthquake Fairy! :D
We wish Justin Bieber would pack up and go live someplace else.
Not me @ 8:38 yesterday.
We wish y'all would hire ball-game-jazz singers who bothered to learn to read music if they don't know our national anthem.
So THATS what that was. I barely felt it in Niagara Falls, but it was noticeable.
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