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Under the new fireworks by-law, fireworks are no longer permitted in Brampton

A message from the City of Brampton. Under the new Fireworks by-law, the use, purchase, discharge, possession, display, sale, and offer to sell of fireworks is strictly prohibited in Brampton.

This includes all fireworks such as roman candles, rockets, ground spinners, fountains, flying lanterns, bombshells, etc. Penalties for failing to comply range from $500 to $1,000, and may reach up to $100,000 if a court summons is issued.

The City of Brampton is dedicated to creating an inclusive and welcoming environment.

Residents are invited to celebrate New Year’s Eve, Canada Day and Diwali at City-led events with Pyrotechnics.

The safety of residents is the City’s top priority. To learn more, visit www.brampton.ca/fireworks

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