A northern New Brunswick town is ruffling feathers with an 11-year-old little-known Halloween bylaw that prohibits anyone from trick-or-treating (or wearing a face covering) after 7 p.m. The bylaw also prohibits anyone over the age of 14 to take part in the activity at all. Now, parents in Bathurst, N.B. are asking officials to extend the curfew, and open things up to older kids, too — many suggesting up until around the age of 16. Bathurst isn’t the only town to put a curfew on Halloween festivities — Stever cited a town in Virginia which limited trick-or-treating to kids 12 and younger before 8 p.m.