Fireworks | PJCCI


Welcome to the 2023 edition of L’International des Feux Loto-Québec!

Smoking areas
Smoking areas

In effect since the summer of 2022, these smoking areas aim to provide a smoke-free environment for all spectators. Smoking is therefore prohibited on the bridge during the fireworks except in designated areas.

Road Traffic
Road Traffic

To ensure spectator safety during the fireworks, JCCBI would also like to advise users that the bridge is completely closed in the evening from 8 p.m. to midnight. However, access is maintained for emergency services.

Active Mobility
Active Mobility

The sidewalk and the multipurpose path are completely closed between 7:45 p.m. and 11:45 p.m. during these events. Only pedestrians, strollers and people with reduced mobility have access to the bridge; bicycles are not allowed on the bridge.

Prohibited during the fireworks
Prohibited during the fireworks

+ Smoking on the bridge except in designated areas 

+ All reusable containers allowed except for glass containers and beverage cans 

+ Drugs / Alcohol 

+ Bicycles 

+ Rollerblades 

+ Skateboards  

+ Push scooters 

+ Animals (guide dogs allowed) 

+ Itinerant vendors

+ Drones

Electric motorcycles


All bags and strollers are searched 

Other details
Other details

+ Spectators are allowed to bring their folding chairs during the fireworks at the Jacques Cartier Bridge.

+ Chemical toilets are available on the Jacques Cartier Bridge during these events, near the Jean-Drapeau Park exit ramp, towards Montréal.

Any questions?

Work advisories

From April 3 to December 20 , 2023
Work extended - Jacques Cartier Bridge | Multipurpose path - work with flaggers until December 20 2023
From November 15 to December 15 , 2023
Jacques Cartier Bridge | Multipurpose path - work with flaggers in the section above the St. Lawrence Seaway…
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