Search on Narcity

daylight saving time

The clocks are going back in most of Canada as daylight saving time comes to an end and that means some parts of the country are in for early sunsets.

After clocks change at 2:00 a.m. local time on Sunday, November 6, 2022, a bunch of places will gain an hour meaning there will be more daylight in the morning but less in the evening.

Keep reading... Show less

We did it; TGIF — Andrew from Narcity here. ☕

Off The Top: A man in China recently won the equivalent of $30 million in the lottery but doesn't plan on telling his wife or children so that they don't become lazy — though they might catch on once they see him walking around in a top hat and white spats.

Keep reading... Show less

The end of daylight saving is right around the corner, and you know what that means, Ontario will have colder nights and shorter days.

On Sunday, November 6, at 2:00 a.m., clocks will go back one hour, giving Ontarians a chance to wake up with the sunrise.

Keep reading... Show less

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.

Keep reading... Show less

We did it; TGIF — Andrew from Narcity here. ☕

Off The Top: Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has lost billions of dollars in net worth thanks in large part to his company's immense investment into the Metaverse. It's proof that the best way to amass a small fortune is to start with a large fortune — then create a worse version of The Sims.

Keep reading... Show less