Time to spring ahead
If you haven't already, set your clocks ahead by an hour -- depending on where you live in the country.
Daylight saving time kicked in at 2 a-m local time in most of Canada, so make sure you ``spring ahead'' on any clocks that don't do so automatically.
The time change doesn't apply in most of Saskatchewan, as well as parts of B-C, Ontario, Quebec and Nunavut.
Health officials say that lost hour can interfere with sleep and cause serious health issues.
They say it triggers stress hormones and rising blood pressure.
The experts say it's a good idea to try to get to bed earlier and sleep in later.
Standard time returns November 5th.
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