WHITEHORSE, YT (NEWS 1130) — It appears British Columbia is poised to move a little closer toward eliminating the twice annual time change.
Premier John Horgan says he expects legislation along those lines to come forward “in the coming weeks.”
Great talking with @Premier_Silver about investing in people and creating good jobs in rural communities in BC and Yukon. Daylight Saving Time may have come up once or twice, too. Thanks to staff at @YukonGov for the warm welcome! pic.twitter.com/lmCM3Hp6Kz
— John Horgan (@jjhorgan) September 30, 2019
He made the comments while visiting the Yukon today.
Horgan also says any change must be done in sync with U.S. states.