Those summer nights with the sun shining long into the evening hours have come to end and we're losing more light with each day that passes. On top of that, the time change is about to kick in and switch up the time when the sun rises and sets. Luckily, daylight savings time in Canada means sunsets are going to happen even earlier across the country.\nFor most of Canada, the clocks change twice a year in March and November when time springs forward and falls back, respectively. Even though we'll be gaining an hour of sleep in the early morning of November 3, we must remember the impact it has on the sunset.\n"After the time change, it'll be a little lighter in the mornings, and the sun will seem to set earlier, giving us a little less daylight in the evening," said The Weather Network.\nSo it might be light when you wake up in the morning but the evenings are going to be pretty dark.\nAccording to the Time and Date website, the earliest the sun will set in Canada is way too early. The sunset in Iqaluit will be at 3:13 p.m. when daylight savings time ends this weekend.\nCanadians in other parts of the country should be thanking their lucky stars that they get one and even two extra hours of sun a day than people in Iqaluit.\nUp in Yellowknife, sunset will be at 4:24 p.m. Though that certainly isn't ideal, it isn't terrible in comparison to Iqaluit. As for Eastern Canada, sunset in Montreal will be at 4:38 p.m. local time.\nView this post on Instagram Now we are one sunset closer to our next milestones. #autumn #sunset #sunsetvancouver #vancouversunset #vancouver #vancouverbc #vancouverlife #dailyhivevan #dailyviewvancouver #veryvancouver #vancouver_ig #igvancouver #curiocityvancouver #seeinvancouver #wandervancouver #vancouverviews #urbavancouver #vancity #vancitylife #vancitynow #explorevancouver #explorebc #discoverbc #dailyviewbc #bcisbeautiful #vancouverphotography #sonyalpha7iii A post shared by Raymond Lin (@raymond_lin3) on Oct 29, 2019 at 11:48pm PDT\nSunset in St. John's will happen at 4:40 p.m. once the clocks fall back.\nIn Vancouver, where the province is set to get rid of time changes permanently, the sun will set at 4:47 p.m.\nB.C. Premier John Horgan said that he hopes the rest of Canada will "follow suit" and scrap time changes like B.C. is making moves to do.\nIn both Charlottetown and Whitehorse, the sunset will be at 4:55 p.m. local time when daylight savings time ends.\nView this post on Instagram Estava esperando por essa luz desde que cheguei aqui. Pegamos muita chuva. E não deu para aproveitar muito esse por do sol de 9horas da noite. Mas, o verão está chegando ... . . . #halifax #halifaxns #discoverhalifax #halifaxsunset #halifaxphotography #novascotia #canada #mavicpro #djimavicpro2 A post shared by Lucas PKTA (@lucaspkta) on Jun 23, 2019 at 4:08pm PDT\nIn Halifax and Winnipeg, the sun will set at 5:00 p.m. and 5:02 p.m. respectively.\nToronto will see the sun go down at 5:05 p.m. and sunset will be at 5:07 p.m. in Calgary.\nThe sun sets at 5:10 p.m. in Fredericton which is the latest in Atlantic Canada.\nView this post on Instagram We’re all out here, just trying to do our best #torontohenge . . #streetsoftoronto #torontoclicks #blogto #toronto #6ixwalks #thankyoutoronto #curiocityTO #6tour #SDMfeatures #way2ill #createcommune #artofvisuals #yngkillers #illgrammers #agameoftones #heatercentral #hsdailyfeature #mobilemag #theimaged #watchthisinstagood #thecreatorclass #gearednomad #streetmagazine #streetleaks #streets_vision #rsa_streetview #moodygrams #streetshared #urbanandstreet A post shared by Jamaal 🍀 in & around Toronto (@jamaalism) on Oct 27, 2017 at 3:33pm PDT\nThe sun dips below the horizon in Saskatoon at the latest time in all of Canada. The exact time of the sunset is 5:30 p.m. which remains unchanged when daylight savings time ends because most of Saskatchewan doesn't observe time changes either officially or unofficially.\nThe days will keep getting shorter and sunsets will keep getting earlier well into December. So whenever there's a full day of sunshine or the sun manages to break through the clouds, take advantage of it because it will keep setting earlier and earlier.\nHere's a compact list of sunset times in Canada:\nIqaluit, 3:13 p.m.\nYellowknife, 4:24 p.m.\nMontreal, 4:38 p.m.\nSt. John's, 4:40 p.m.\nVancouver, 4:47 p.m.\nCharlottetown, 4:55 p.m.\nWhitehorse, 4:55 p.m.\nHalifax, 5:00 p.m.\nWinnipeg, 5:02 p.m.\nToronto, 5:05 p.m.\nCalgary, 5:07 p.m. \nFredericton, 5:10 p.m.\nSaskatoon, 5:30 p.m.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.