It’s likely everyone knows that this year daylight saving time kicks in the second Sunday of March (the 11th) to the first Sunday of November (so it’s now “remember, remember the 4th of November) everywhere in Canada except Saskatchewan, which never went for this nonsense anyway. Because the U.S. thought it might save some energy, they pushed out the usual dates of the first Sunday of April to the last Sunday in October by a month and we followed suit.
As I said, you probably know this. But does your computer? The old dates were in place for so . . . [more]