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In Canada, is it legal to have a single pole switch turn off a light by switching the neutral wire only?
I'm pretty sure it's not to code, but my brother in law is adamant his way is okay. I'd like to be able to cite the Canadian electrical code.
Canadian Electrical Code 14-016 "Devices required by this Section shall not be connected in any grounded conductors."
Required, but never shown