The earthquake centered about 1,000 kilometres south of Calgary, There have been no reports of damage or injuries.
Some residents in Southern Alberta felt the earth move Tuesday afternoon, following an earthquake that struck central Idaho.
That quake, which measured 6.5 magnitude, hit at 5:52 p.m.
It was only 200 km away from Boise, the capital of Idaho, where people reportedly feeling major shaking, but no significant damage has been reported. It had a shallow depth of just 10 kilometres, which would explain why it was felt from such a distance away.
The Calgary Emergency Management Agency confirmed the earthquake poses no threat to the city and should have no impact on city infrastructure
The last time Calgarians felt a large earthquake was in 2017, when a 5.8-magnitude quake shook Montana