The City is reviewing the Fireworks Bylaw and wants to hear from you! Share your feedback via an online survey by 11.59 p.m. March 5, 2021.
In Toronto, the use and sale of fireworks are regulated by the Toronto Municipal Code, Chapter 466, Fireworks. There are five types of licences and permits to sell fireworks on a temporary or permanent basis.

Selling Fireworks Year-Round from a Permanent Location

Businesses selling fireworks all-year from a permanent location are required to purchase a licence.

Selling Fireworks from a Temporarily Leased Location

Businesses that sell fireworks from a temporary, leased location for specific holidays are required purchase a licence.

Selling Fireworks from Parking Lots or Other Temporary Retail Locations

Businesses that sell fireworks from a temporary, mobile location, such as a trailer in a parking lot, are required to purchase a licence.

Temporary Permit to Sell More than 25 Kg of Fireworks from Your Store

Information about applying for a temporary permit to sell more than 25 kg of fireworks from your store.

Temporary Permit to Sell Less 25 Kg of Fireworks from Your Store

Information about applying for a temporary permit to sell less than 25 kg of fireworks from your store.