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    I desire to eliminate the provinces controlled hydor electric supply to my home in Ontario and replace it with my own generator to supply electricity to my home. Am I allowed to this legaly? I am an elctrcian (retired) and know how to do this safely.

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    If I were you, I would check with a lawyer first. There may be some kind of repercussions in the future if you disconnect your current supply. Sorry I can't be of more help.

    hector5559

    He does not have to disconect his current supply,just supply the tails outgoing to his house to the Generator incoming supply,
    Ducky

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    Would that apply in Canada as well?
    hector5559

    Quite possibily Miss,Ducky,He could install a change over switch between the incoming companey supply and his own Generator,keep it well muffled though,so as not to annoy the neabours,
    Ducky

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    I have no idea. I don't do "generator stuff" or "electrical stuff". (Too girly.) LOL!!
    hector5559

    Yea i guess,Iron Fighting would be a Miss Duckys work,
    Ducky

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    Probably not, because I don't even know what that means.
    hector5559

    Its the big heavy Steels installed ,for a high rise building,the men are called Iron fighters,and Ladies of course,
    Ducky

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    Ah, must be (as I know of) ironworkers.
    hector5559

    I Use to work with them running my Electrical cables up and along them,
    Ducky

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    Walking across steel beams on the 29th floor...like that?


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