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daylight saving time

The territory will join Saskatchewan in keeping their time consistent year-round.
One-third of parents shouldn't expect any extra ZZZs.
The time change doesn't actually help farmers, by the way.
Don't be tricked into thinking turning back clocks will score you extra rest.
Because they didn't get the memo to snooze that extra hour.
If you have a hard time suppressing your yawns, in spite of your excitement for longer days and warmer weather, then feast your eyes on these coffee-infused recipes to help you stay awake.
Don't forget to turn your clocks forward on March 12.
Fhe time change means there's going to be an extra challenge in the coming weeks. Darkness will fall much earlier and road conditions will start to deteriorate. Here's what you need to keep in mind before starting the car and getting on the road.
Hooray for that extra hour of sleep!
The struggle is real.
If only... (but seriously, don't forget to change those clocks March 13).
One of the ways involves chocolate. You're welcome.
The spring time change is approaching, and on March 13th at 2:00 a.m. we will move our clocks forward by one hour. But instead of rejoicing about more daylight and the cue that winter is almost over, parents everywhere will await this moment in horror. Yes, just when you have your baby on a great sleep schedule, daylight saving time (or daylight savings time, as some know it) hits and screws it all up!
On the bright side: more sunlight, right?
We do it twice a year without giving it too much thought. Come spring, we turn our clocks by one hour forward, in autumn