News Flash

Canada Day Long Weekend – Fireworks Safety

Town Hall
Submitted to Just Sayin' Caledon

To comply with physical distancing and gathering restrictions, there will be no public fireworks displays for Canada Day.


The Town strictly prohibits setting off fireworks on public property, parkland, parks, roads or sidewalks and all designated outdoor spaces.

Fireworks can only be set off on private property on Canada Day (July 1, 2021).

Discharging fireworks on any other day is in violation of the by-law and is subject to a fine.


Retailers can only sell fireworks during the 10 days prior to Canada Day, starting June 22. Cost of the permit is $183.00, non-refundable. All retailers MUST purchase a permit.

Download and complete the Vendor Permit – email the permit and all necessary documentation to

Fire Prevention staff will be conducting fire safety inspections to verify compliance with the Fireworks By-law and any other federal and provincial regulations.

To learn more about fireworks safety guidelines, please visit: For questions and concerns about fireworks, please contact (905) 584-2272 Ext. 4303 or email

To review the Fireworks By-law (#2016-102), visit

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