User reports are coming in that the update process has already begun through LG Bridge.
Local carrier Bell is selling the flagship device for $749.99 outright or $299.99 on a regular 2-year contract in the country.
The device was spotted on the CyanogenMod Git repository.
Shipments have also already begun in other European countries, including Germany, the Netherlands, and Spain.
The handset's standout feature is its 13 MP selfie camera, which has its own LED flash.
The upcoming second generation metal-clad A-series smartphone will be narrower than its predecessor.