Daylight Savings Time a year-round thing? (Courtesy Photo / Unsplash)

Daylight Savings Time a year-round thing? (Courtesy Photo / Unsplash)

Time change poll

Is it time to stop changing our clocks twice a year?

  • Mar. 25, 2021 6:00 a.m.

In a survey of the province last, 93 per cent of British Columbians prefer to remain on daylight savings time instead of changing clocks twice a year.

Premier Hogan vowed to honour the wishes of the public, yet has not done so.

Horgan noted that Washington, Oregon and California would need to do the same for B.C. not to be out of sync with the west coast. Voters in the three U.S. states have also indicated their wish to remain on daylight savings time, with no resulting legislation to make it law.

READ MORE: B.C. still awaiting U.S. approval to eliminate daylight saving time

This week’s web poll asks you, is it time to stop changing our clocks twice a year?




deb.meissner@interior-news.com

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