Bruce Linton: selling weed, getting fired, moving on

In his country home on the outskirts of Ottawa, Bruce Linton is far enough from his neighbours that the early-morning caws of his wife’s Senegal parrot do not result in complaints.

“That was a big factor in buying this house,” he said. “It’s a lot more difficult to get rid of your neighbours than your wife’s favourite family member.”

This “animal harassment” is nothing new to him, Linton said, bringing up the hobby farm where he spent his childhood.

“It was in the middle-of-nowhere southern Ontario. My parents thought it would be a good life for the kids, which it was—but it was also tough.

By Pascale Malenfan, The Charlatan
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