I live in Canada, and on a recent trip to the States I picked up some Romex wire to rewire my House (shack... well; Shed... maybe shoe box) so that I can get insurance on it to live in it while I build a real house.
Anyway, I hit a great deal on some 12-3 NM-B wire that I was going to use to wire the split duplex receptacles in the kitchen. Then, reading through the "Electrical code Simplified" I noticed that it never mentions NM-B wire anywhere. Is there a difference between NM-B wire and NMD, and should I expect trouble from the inspector if the wire doesn't have the Canadian UL symbol on it (It has the US symbol on the box)? and (lotsa questions here) will the inspector give me a hard time if the wire size etc. isn't marked on the casing, only on the box it came in??
I can return the stuff on my next trip to the States (next week) and I'm beginning to think that the savings won't be so great if I have to tear out all the wiring in 2 weeks.