After March 8 time change, Yukoners won't turn clocks back again, says government. | CBCNorth
After clocks are moved ahead one hour on March 8, the territory will remain on Pacific daylight time, the Yukon government said.
The Yukon government announced Wednesday that the territory will remain on Pacific daylight time.(Jeff Pachoud/AFP/Getty Images)commentsThe government of Yukon is cancelling seasonal time changes.The territorial government announced Wednesday evening it is putting an end to the twice-annual seasonal time changes originally meant to align daytime schedules with available sunlight.
Yukon is making the change after a majority of Yukoners who responded to a survey said they were in favour of keeping the same time year-round.This Sunday, most Canadians across the country will turn their clocks forward for daylight time. After that, the territory will remain on Pacific daylight time, the government said in a press release.Read more: CBC »
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Yukon Will No Longer Change Clocks For Daylight Saving TimeThe territory says 93 per cent of residents surveyed wanted seasonal time changes to end We need to do this in Alberta Good on them This headline is deceptive. In fact, the Yukon will no longer change clocks for Standard time. Daylight time will now be permanent.
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(Jeff Pachoud/AFP/Getty Images) comments The government of Yukon is cancelling seasonal time changes. The territorial government announced Wednesday evening it is putting an end to the twice-annual seasonal time changes originally meant to align daytime schedules with available sunlight. Yukon is making the change after a majority of Yukoners who responded to a survey said they were in favour of keeping the same time year-round. This Sunday, most Canadians across the country will turn their clocks forward for daylight time. After that, the territory will remain on Pacific daylight time, the government said in a press release. "What you saw there today is Victor," said his cousin Linda Baker Roberts.
The decision comes after Paolo Gallina, MLA for Porter Creek Centre, brought a motion in May 2017 to end the practice of changing the time by an hour each spring and fall. After that, the government sought public input between Jan. 6 and Feb. 16 of this year, the news release said. A file photo of Sandy Silver. 'Yukoners clearly want to see an end to seasonal time change and we are listening,' Premier Silver said in a statement Wednesday evening. (CBC) According to the territorial government, a seasonal time change survey yielded more than 4,800 responses from Yukon residents. Most wanted to stop springing forward and falling back. Spring forward, fall back survey sets Yukon record The government said it found 93 per cent of respondents wanted to end seasonal time changes and, of that group, 70 per cent wanted "permanent" Pacific daylight time. "Yukoners clearly want to see an end to seasonal time change and we are listening," Premier Sandy Silver said in a statement. He said he's so fragile now, he could fall over a pencil mark.
"The response to this engagement speaks to the importance of this issue for people. Thank you to everyone who took the time to voice an opinion. This helped our government make an informed decision for Yukon." Corrections A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Yukon will end daylight time. In fact, it will stay on daylight time after March 8. "My body don't require much.
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