NewsRules to follow for backyard fireworks SHARE ON: Bob McIntyre, staff Friday, Jun. 19th, 2020 (pexels.com)With no public fireworks displays this Canada Day, backyard fireworks might be popular.But not so fast, Iroquois Falls. Fire prevention officer Tyler Mongeon says there is a strict bylaw regulating home fireworks.“Anybody who desires to set off fireworks must first get a permit from the town,” he recites from that bylaw.In order to get that permit, you have to have taken a certification course from Natural Resources Canada Explosive Regulatory Division.Tyler Mongeon, Iroquois Falls fire prevention officer. (Photo supplied)“Fireworks have to be discharged between dusk and 11:00pm,” Mongeon adds. “Fireworks can never be left unextinguished. They always have to extinguished, never left unattended.”The limits on crowd sizes have ruled out public fireworks this July 1st.