Service Alberta minister says it's time to reconsider daylight savings time

  Edmonton Journal 

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The Alberta government appears to be having a change of heart about changing the province’s clocks. As a bill proposing British Columbia stick with daylight saving time year-round moves through that province’s legislature, Service Alberta Minister Nate Glubish is asking Albertans if they’d like to do the same. He’s launching an online survey Tuesday to […]

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