Most Canadians will advance their clocks an hour before bedtime on Saturday nights during daylight hours.
The Yukon and most of Saskatchewan observe permanent daylight hours and the premiers of Ontario, BC and Quebec have said they are receptive to reducing time changes.
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BC Premier John Horgan passed legislation three years ago to allow the province to live on daylight time permanently.
But Horgan said Friday that BC won’t eliminate the twice-a-year timescale change without three US states in the same time zone — Washington, Oregon and California — doing so as well.
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Horgan says he expects a bill from the governor of Washington state to get congressional approval this year, meaning it could be the last time a B.C. resident is “spring forward.”
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Ontario Premier Doug Ford also said on Friday that he wants to see the province with daylight and is looking forward to long summer days.
Most of the province, as well as areas in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories, will move forward an hour on Sunday night.
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