Sunday, March 13, 2011

More Canadian Crumble Stories


“In 1988, we had the Saguenay (Que.) earthquake, which was only a magnitude 5.9, but the Montreal East City Hall 350 kilometres away was severely damaged because it was right down near the river where there was soft soil. If that earthquake had been bigger, we would have had real problems.”

Hah, everybody knows that Montreal and Vancouver are toast, but where's the Toronto story?  :)

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