I’m glad they mentioned the costs of shifting to a more rational system. Sounds like it took something dramatically more expensive to happen, before they could shift to something more strongly based in reality. So it seems like we’ll be on daylight savings time and using pennies all the way up until the zombie apocolypse, at this rate.
And yet, the tradition is still upheld in Montreal.
This is a peeve of mine: Daylight Savings Time is not the problem. We’re on it most of the year. It’s standard time that makes no sense. This is why there is opposition to eliminating DST, because at its core, DST makes sense. It’s the changing of times that tends to add costs. I propose we get the best of both worlds: And be on DST year-round.
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