Remember how B.C. Daylight Saving was going to become a year-round thing? Meaning you never need to turn your clocks back again? Well, it turns out that adjustment won't be a 2020 thing. 

There are a few reasons why the new legislation won't be moving forward this year, one of which being the pandemic and another being our neighbours to the south. 

According to CTV News, B.C.'s plan to scrap the bi-annual time change will only happen when Oregon, Washington, and California do the same. As of now, we're still waiting on Cali. 

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On top of waiting for our American counterparts on the West Coast, the pandemic has also forced this change off the priority list. 

“I think it’s quite clear that in the middle of a pandemic, making changes to daylight saving is not an urgent issue on people’s minds," said John Horgan. 

In a survey last year, 93% of British Columbians said they were in favour of getting rid of the changing clocks. 

Horgan said back then that he'd be making moves to scrap the changing times. 

It looks like we'll be confused about what time it is for one more year.