Many people are unsure about the firework regulations by-laws information in their local area. If you want to purchase, possess or discharge fireworks legally in a city or district, please check out your local city hall, fire department or the following links.
In Canada, family fireworks may be sold year-round with the exception of parts of Metro Vancouver. Family fireworks are regulated federally in most areas outside the Metro Vancouver. Within Metro Vancouver municipalities regulate family fireworks through municipal by-laws. - quoted from 2009 by-law information pamphlet titled "Do You Know Your Family Fireworks Regulations & By-laws?"
Please fire safely and have fun! In case of emergency, please call 911.
If you don't see a location, please leave a comment and we'll help you out:
District of 100 Mile House - Fireworks Bylaw
City of Aldergrove - please see
City of Burnaby - Fireworks Permit and information
- Halloween Fireworks Tips
City of Cloverdale - please see Langley - Fireworks Bylaw
City of Coquitlam - Fire Prevention Bylaw
District of Hope - Firearms and Fireworks Bylaw No. 49/93 - unable to find actual bylaw online - Application for Firework Display
City of Ladner - please see City of Delta - Fire Services
City of Langley - Fireworks Bylaw
City of Maple Ridge - Bylaw of Firecrackers and Fireworks
District of Mission - Fireworks Bylaw and Application for Fireworks Fireworks information
City of New Westminster - Residents - Public Safety - Fire Rescue Services - Articles 130 - scroll to the Fireworks Regulations section
City of North Vancouver - Fireworks Regulation Bylaw - Firework Safety
District of Pitt Meadows - Fireworks Bylaw and Application
City of Port Moody - Halloween safety tips
- Consolidated Fireworks Bylaw
City of Tsawwassen - please see City of Delta - Fire Services
City of White Rock - Fireworks By-law