Magnitude 4.6 quake shakes off western Canada


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4.6 magnitude earthquake was recorded in the Canadian province of Albert, the Ministry of the Environment of Canada informs.
The epicenter of aftershocks was located 4 km south-west of the city of Red Deer and lies at a depth of 1 km.
There was no information provided about destructions or injury due to an earthquake.
In turn, the Energy Control Agency of Alberta said the earthquake could been caused by shale gas extraction, but experts are working to establish the exact reasons, since this region is usually seismic-stable.
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