RSS Newsletter March 2013

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Daylight Saving Time:

US, Canada start DST on Sun, March 10

Daylight Saving Time (DST) will begin in most parts of the US and Canada on Sunday, March 10, 2013. At 2 am local time on March 10, most people in these countries and in some of Mexico’s northern border cities, will move their clocks one hour ahead to 3 am. Full story

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Europe starts DST on Sun, March 31, 2013

On Sunday, March 31, 2013, many Europeans will move their clocks forward one hour as DST begins. Not all European countries will observe DST, and the time of the switch will differ from country to country. Find out if and when you will have to change your clocks

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DST is a controversial subject in many countries. How do you feel about changing your clocks every few months?

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  1. I think DST is a great idea, it saves a lot of time and money.
  2. I would not notice if they decided to start/stop observing DST.
  3. I think it is a good idea, but there needs to be a better way to solve the problems that come with it.
  4. I hate DST changes! They need to abolish it.
  5. DST? What is that?
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Time Zone News

 ▶ Sunday, April 7, 2013: Australia and New Zealand end DST

 ▶ Cuba switches to DST on March 10, 2013

 ▶ More upcoming DST changes


Did you know...

that at the South Pole you can be in 24 time zones at the same time? Find out how researchers in Antarctica deal with time zone issues


Tip of the month

 

Ever wondered about the purpose of switching the clock back and forth every few months or about the history of DST? Confused about when to move your clock forward and when to move it back? Not to worry, we have all the information you will ever need to prepare yourself for future Daylight Saving Time changes. Read More


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