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Tick, tock, change the clocks on Sunday

Langley residents regain the hour they lost when they moved their clocks head last spring
The clocks fall back one hour on Nov. 6, 2022. (Charles Krupa/Associated Press)

Mornings will be brighter starting Sunday, at least for a a little bit as British Columbia turns clocks back one hour to end Daylight Saving Time.

Technically the clocks are turned from 2 a.m. to 1 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 6, but most people change the clocks before turning in Saturday evening or make the change first thing Sunday.

While most people in B.C. support moving to permanent daylight saving time, the provincial government has yet to change the law, but has held discussions with Washington State, Oregon and California, which are seeking to end it.


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Heather Colpitts

About the Author: Heather Colpitts

Since starting in the news industry in 1992, my passion for sharing stories has taken me around Western Canada.
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