A Cornwall family is defying a city order to stop two kids from selling worms on their front lawn.
Clayton, 8, and Kristopher Cadieux, 10, started their business last summer, digging up worms and selling them as bait for $2.50 per dozen.
But after a complaint from a neighbour, the brothers received a note from the city saying they were breaking a bylaw and had to shut down their business.
Busy-body neighbour; busy-body municipal government.
Good on them, and their parents, for their defiance.