The Hammer comes down: My favourite hobby | Westmount Magazine
Wildlife encounters bring heartfelt joy and inner peace. By Linda Hammerschmid. We all have that one hobby (or several) that transcends all others and brings about heartfelt joy and often, inner peace. It may also be inspiring. It may lead you down new paths previously undiscovered, bringing you newfound friendships.
The Hammer comes down: Be careful what you veto! | Westmount Magazine
Putin veto would open the door to sanctioned chemical warfare against any country, including Russia. That Putin believes it is acceptable to use his Security Council veto to block a U.N. resolution against Syria for using chemical weapons against its own people should be remembered by all for the future.
The Hammer comes down: “We need more guns not less!” | Westmount Magazine
(What surely we will hear from die hard NRA supporters). By Linda Hammerschmid. Why wouldn’t staunch NRA members not be shouting this statement from the rafters? It is, after all, what we always hear after each and every mass shooting.
The Hammer comes down: The death of privacy | Westmount Magazine
A scary New Year? Smart interactivity is probably here to stay but because of it your privacy is not. By Linda Hammerschmid. Do you notice that every new technological device guaranteed to lighten your load is also a means of surveillance against your right to privacy? The death of privacy
The Hammer comes down: It’s the Pits 2.0 | Westmount Magazine
What the suspension of certain sections of the Montreal Animal Bylaw really means. By Linda Hammerschmid. The Breed Ban sections are only going to be suspended – and if dog owners do not remain vigilant when walking their newly un-muzzled dogs the Mayor could just as easily move to lift the suspension.