“A repeat today of the magnitude 5.8 earthquake in the City of Montreal in 1732 would lead to even higher losses, estimated at $45 billion,” from residential buildings alone, the report states.
I call them the Clueless Swiss because they covered New Zealand, and I thought they were thick as a board. Also, they didn't pay me anything. :(
Now, they are all super-whooper about little old Canada. Those monster earthquakes could occur anywhere, like New York and Boston. And the CS have covered Oklahoma. Anyway, I thought this was funny.