Daylight Saving Time Ends This Weekend



    Ontario And United States Add Extra Hour At The Same Time To Benefit
    Economy

    TORONTO, Nov. 2 /CNW/ - This weekend is the first time that Ontario
clocks will "fall back" on the first Sunday in November, under extended
daylight saving time.
    Daylight saving time will end in the early morning hours of Sunday,
November 4. Ontarians should turn their clocks back one hour before going to
bed on Saturday night and make sure all computers and other household devices
reflect the correct time on Sunday morning.
    In 2006, the government extended daylight saving time by four weeks each
year. Daylight saving time now starts on the second Sunday in March and ends
on the first Sunday in November. Similar changes have been adopted by most
Canadian provinces and territories, and the United States, helping to aid the
smooth flow of goods and services among jurisdictions.

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For further information: Brendan Crawley, Ministry of the Attorney
General, Communications Branch, (416) 326-2210

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