In Canada, if it is a single dwelling, the outside receptacles must be on a dedicated circuit not shared with receptacles inside. :vs_no_no_no: :wink:In my house I put the GFCI inside near the door, and run the outside receptacle as a load off it. Keeps the electronics dry, and the outside receptacle protected.
Of course it was my own house, so the added labour cost wasn't really a huge consideration for me. I'm not sure how I would do it if I were trying to make money on a job.