Ready or not, the time has nearly come to set our clocks back. Daylight Saving Time is ending, Alberta, and while we gain an hour of sleep, 60 minutes of sunlight will be lost to the year’s least-anticipated practice.
Set to end on Sunday, November 6th, 2022 at 2 am, people from coast to coast will have to change every clock and watch in their home or office to reflect their altered timezone.
However, there are some locations that are expempt from doing so including most of Saskatchewan, Northwestern and Creston British Columbia, Southeastern Labrador, Southhampton Island in Nunavut and two communities in Northwestern Ontario – who instead, observe permanent daylight time.
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Sadly for those who loathe the tradition, Aberta has no plans to do away with it any time soon.
As per the results of a province wide-survey (which were made public last year) 50.2% of Albertans voted to continue adjusting their clocks twice a year, so get ready and stay ready – we’re one with the time change.
It sucks, but at least we’ll all be well-rested come the 7th!
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME – WINTER 2022, ALBERTA
When: Sunday, November 6th, 2022
Time: 2 am
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