The natural disaster was centered near Amherstburg, Ontario according to the United States Geological Service.
It was measured at a depth of five kilometres.
Thousands of residents in MI said they felt tremors around 8:15 p.m. Thursday. Most reports came from the Windsor-Detroit and surrounding areas, including several dozen responses from people in Windsor.
The Richter scale rates a 3.6 as minor and such occurrences are rarely responsible for damage beyond the shaking of indoor objects.
Police departments in Amherstburg and Windsor tweeted Thursday night that there were no reports of damage or injuries as a result of the quake. The quake in May 2015 had a magnitude of about 4.2.