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Some fireworks allowed in Thunder Bay through New Year's Day

Some fireworks allowed in Thunder Bay through New Year's Day Photo: Jon Ellis/WDIO-TV, file

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Created: December 28, 2021 10:42 AM

Residents of Thunder Bay can set off low-hazard fireworks through New Year's Day without a permit.

According to Thunder Bay Fire Rescue, the city allows residents to set off low-hazard fireworks for a private display on their own property on December 31, New Year's Day, and the three days immediately preceding December 31.

A permit is required for all other dates, public displays, locations other than private residential properties, and for certain types and classifications of fireworks.

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