|By Marketwired .||
|June 27, 2014 08:00 AM EDT||
ABBOTSFORD, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/27/14 -- Canada Day is a wonderful time of year when family, friends and communities get together and celebrate with fireworks.
The Canadian National Fireworks Association (CNFA) is encouraging all who are enjoying family fireworks this Canada Day to please keep in mind that safety always comes first! We want to ensure that the whole experience is a memorable one for you and the family.
Always purchase your fireworks from a reputable distributor or retailer. This ensures the product has passed all safety standards. Take a few moments to carefully review the safety guidelines in regards to handling, discharging and disposing of your family fireworks. By following the safety guidelines, you and your family are certain to fully enjoy this time-honoured tradition!
The CNFA reminds consumers to check with your local municipality regarding permits as bylaws may differ.
The CNFA is the leading national voice for the fireworks industry. Its mission is to promote fair access and safety in the sale and use of fireworks through public education, advocacy with regulators, and member compliance. www.nationalfireworks.ca
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