“The time change is archaic and disruptive, especially for people who have sensitive internal clocks, such as seniors and children. There are also studies that have found an increase in workplace and road accidents in the weeks following time changes.'
"It's crazy when you look at the impact this has,' There's so
many reasons that we shouldn't do it but I don't think there are many
reasons why we should.''
So says some in BC who are petitioning for the whole thing to be
dropped the same as in Saskatchewan, which is on central standard
time year-round. As one of those seniors who's internal clock
refuses to reset to the 'new' time I could not agree more, we have no
need to save candle power anymore and almost all workplaces are lit
up irregardless of daylight hours so hydro saving are minimal at
best, particularly with shift work and extended shopping hours.
Lets settle on one setting or the other and then leave the
bloody clocks alone!
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