In case you missed it, a 6.5 magnitude earthquake hit Calgary on the evening of Tuesday, March 31. While some people didn’t even notice the Calgary earthquake, others are shook. No pun intended. Apparently, the quake came all the way from Idaho.\nThe Weather Network has reported a 6.5 magnitude earthquake in Idaho that was so strong, people all the way over in Alberta felt the earth shake.\nThe original location of the quake was 125 km away from the state's capital, Boise. The impact was felt in Calgary at 5:52 p.m.\nAs of now, no injuries have been reported. But just because everyone is safe, doesn’t mean people aren't confused.\nThe shaking was reported in several neighbouring states, as well as north of the border in Alberta.\nApparently, some people felt the tremors in B.C. too. A 27-floor high rise building in Kelowna’s downtown core was even evacuated.\nJohn Cassidy, a seismologist with Natural Resources Canada, spoke with Global News saying that the quake caused no damage and some people in high-rise buildings may have felt a slight sway. He explained that this is common with large earthquakes at great distances.\nHe also noted that the quake in Canada was quite weak.\nBREAKING: A magnitude 6.5 earthquake has been detected in Idaho, with shaking reported as far away as Calgary, Alberta. #Idaho #Earthquake— The Weather Network (@weathernetwork) April 1, 2020\nWhile the City of Calgary has not yet posted on social media about the incident, we can always count on the good people of Twitter to inform us.\nPeople all over the site have been recounting their personal experiences with Tuesday night's event.\nFor the most part, people are confused about whether an earthquake even happened.\nTwitter users are questioning what they felt, and naturally they've turned to social media for answers.\nAnyone else feel an earthquake in Calgary? #yyc— Betty (@Betty_Draper1) March 31, 2020\nSome have recounted what they felt, with one person noting that their apartment on the 17th floor felt wobbly for a few seconds.\nMy apartment (on 17th floor of my building) felt really wobbly for a few seconds there. Was there an earthquake? Does Calgary get earthquakes? #yyc #earthquake #calgary— Rikki Prince (@rikkiprince) March 31, 2020\nOthers have been quick to use this opportunity to make a joke.\nFrom the What Could Go Wrong Next? file: We had an #earthquake in #Calgary yesterday. It only remains for the rain of frogs till we complete the Pick Six of Disasters.— bruce dowbiggin (@dowbboy) April 1, 2020\nOne person said that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this earthquake was pretty “on brand” for 2020.\nFeeling an earthquake in Calgary, of all places, is pretty on-brand for 2020 so far.— Ryan Dittrick (@ryandittrick) April 1, 2020\nSomeone even said for people not to worry because it was just her mom and sister dancing to RuPaul's Drag Race.\nit’s okay calgary my mom and sister were just dancing to RuPauls drag race music. #yyc #earthquake— Kirsten Alyssa 🐢 (@kirst_alyssa) April 1, 2020\nWhile earthquakes in Alberta are rare, they have happened before.\nIn March of 2019, thousands of Canadians were without power for a time, after a 4.6 magnitude earthquake hit Edmonton.\nWhile Calgarians are still safe and sound indoors, it makes sense that feeling their homes shake for a brief second would leave them a little concerned. This time, it was simply a little bit of roll-over quake from our southern neighbours.