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As the weather warms and the snow disappears, you may start to feel the lure of lighting up your backyard chimnea or fireplace. But before you do, make sure you:
Chimneas or fireplaces you use outdoors, in the eyes of the City, are considered Outdoor Solid Fuel Appliances (OSFBAs). The OSFBA permit By-Law was passed in 2007 to ensure fire safety and wellbeing, as well as to educate residents of requirements and their responsibilities. It is not to be confused with the Open Air Burning By-Law for fire pits (and containers not under the OSFBA category), which require a permit every time you plan to burn.
Residents must meet the requirements in the Open Air burning By-law in order to obtain an open air burning permit.
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