Lakeland residents and other people across Alberta have a chance at swaying the government when it comes to the time. The Government of Alberta says they are conducting a new survey when it comes to Daylight Saving Time.
“We know people have strong opinions about changing their clocks twice a year, and we want to hear them,” says Service Alberta Minister Nate Glubish. “As more Canadian provinces and territories and some American states are having discussions about this, it’s important that we hear from Albertans.”
The online survey is up now and will run until December 10th. Under the current rules, clocks in the province jump forward one hour to observe daylight saving time from the second Sunday in March until the first Sunday of November.
In March 2019, the European Union voted to end the seasonal time change by 2021.