I've got a bunch of cable to install in the wall for my basement reno and have an excellent source for various cable types (speaker, video, cat6, etc), but the cable 'only' has the US CL2 rating, and no marked CSA ratings.
Ontario electrical code calls for cable with at least a CSA FT-1 rating for in-wall installations. From what I can find, it seems like CL2 is more-or-less equivalent to FT-4, and FT-4 has more stringent testing than FT-1 and can be used in places that only require an FT-1 rating.
Is the CL2 label sufficient to meet code (and pass inspection) for in-wall installations in Ontario? ie: do inspectors/code accept US classifications?
For reference: this page (from a cable distributor) has a decent summary of the plethora of ratings available.