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The end of daylight saving time is quickly approaching in Canada but not everyone will be feeling the change in their sleeping patterns.

On Sunday, November 6 at 2 a.m. ET, the clocks are officially changing for some parts of the provinces and territories, so you'll want to make sure you set your devices to the correct time the night before so you don't miss your morning alarm.

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Daylight saving time will once again push Ontario clocks ahead by an hour this weekend, despite ongoing efforts to save residents some sleep.

DST will begin at 2 a.m. on March 13, 2022. In other words, at 2 a.m. on Sunday, it'll actually become 3 a.m. on your clock. So, if you're someone who likes to get up early and get things done on Sunday, you might feel like you've lost some time.

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Residents of a small Canadian town in northwest B.C. won't need to turn their clocks forward for daylight saving time in March in 2022.

The community of Atlin, a town of less than 500 citizens, decided not to change their clocks in 2021 so that they were aligned closely with neighbouring Yukon, which is a short drive away.

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The days are starting to feel shorter and by the time you're done work or school, it may already be dark outside. Paired with the colder temperatures, it's going to be a real bummer when daylight saving time ends this Sunday, November 8.

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It's that time of year again! Daylight saving time is coming to end in the early morning hours of Sunday, November 7, and people aren't happy about it.

Not everywhere in Canada will change their clocks, but it's a heck of an inconvenience for those of us who will.

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