Father time is blessing us with an extra hour of sleep tonight.
The end of daylight saving will happen Sunday morning at 2 am with clocks being turned back one hour.
“We just want to advise drivers to be extra cautious as it will be darker an hour earlier and as we get into this time of year, of course, we come more and more under darkness,” says RCMP Corporal Craig Douglass.
The change in time can result in more road accidents as people think the extra hour means they can stay up later than normal resulting in tiredness.
Fire Officials recommend with the switch to also check your fire alarms and carbon monoxide detectors to see if the batteries need to be replaced.
(Files from Jeff Slack with MYPRINCEGEORGENOW)