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ming wo is over priced, if u just want a regular wok then go to any chinese store that will do the job but just remember what murdoc said & take a look at your burner cuz if u got the wrong one u might have to buy stabilizer (not sure if thats what u call it) which is something that keep it from rolling round & all foods cook evenly (a lot of chinese i know have that, but i got a flat one)
I think it depends on how much BTU you're looking at. While I don't know the exact restrictions in BC, I do know one exists such that gas stoves over a certain BTU can't be legally used in the household.
No idea about the commercial sales of burners though, because I understand it works a little different for restaurants.