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A Canadian mother of three is speaking out after she received a warning that her children were playing too loudly outside.

Jana D’Addabbo, of Vancouver, came home Saturday to find a notice of violation left on her door by a city bylaw officer.

The yellow slip said her children - a six-year-old boy and eight-year-old twins, a boy and girl - had been creating "noise that disturbs" while they were out playing in front of their home.

D'Addabbo told CTV News that her children are just being kids and enjoying the spring weather, but the city says their activities have been an ongoing problem.

"No one has ever asked me to keep my kids quiet," D'Addabbo said. "If you have an issue, come talk to me. I'll try and keep my kids quiet."

One neighbor told the news station that the children can be heard using coarse language, and occasionally demonstrate behavior "that can endanger others."

D'Addabbo, however, insists that her kids are simply being kids.

"What's next?" D'Addabbo wondered. "They're going to play outside [and] I'm going to get a ticket this time?"

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