I've just had a oven range hood installed, but now I have to install the ducts for the air to exit my house.
My roof ventilator is pretty much right above where the oven is in my attic (its in quebec, its an unused attic, just for isolation)
So is it a good idea to run the ducts to the roof ventilator for the air exit, or its something that sounds good on paper, but is a terrible idea in practice?
PS: No idea if I'm using the right words since i'm french canadian, and so the terms i'm used to are different.
So here's what I mean by a oven range hood https://www.homedepot.com/b/Appliances-Range-Hoods/N-5yc1vZc3nk (in french we call it a 'hotte de four')
And here is what I mean by a roof ventilator https://www.rona.ca/en/ventilation-maximum-roof-ventilator-12-in-x-12-in-301-12-b-6467005 (mostly heard it referred to as a 'maximum')