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Canadian Electrical code question


I am hooking up a unit heater. It is hot water heated and fan forced.
110vac for fan.
1. Can I use a double pole thermostat to control the fan motor and also the zone valve to the heater?

fan - 110vac
zone valve - 24vac
The thermostat is rated for baseboard electric heat and each set of poles are isolated from each other.
Therefore there would be both low and high voltage in the same box as well as the same switch. (thermostat) Is this allowed?

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