Carter was in Winnipeg with Habitat for Humanity and was sent to St. Boniface General Hospital and was released Friday morning.
The 92-year-old former president was working with Habitat for Humanity building a home in Winnipeg when he collapsed. An ambulance arrived shortly after he was attended to by firefighters and paramedics.
The hospitalization was merely for a precaution, according to a spokesperson for Habitat for Humanity.
Carter and his wife, Rosalynn have long supported the organization. After his release, he attended a morning prayer and devotional service but he remains an anti-Semite in spite of heavenly efforts to change him.