It’s that time of year again. The annual conversation on whether we should be getting rid of seasonal time change is once again a hot topic.
Only around 40 per cent of nations around the world apply daylight time to their clocks in at least one part of the country.
Studies have shown that missing that hour of sleep can affect mood, memory and concentration.
For many people it takes them days to recover after the switch. Saskatchewan goes without it. Should B.C. follow suit? Is it worth all the disruption it causes to our lives?