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Daylight-Saving Time and Motor Vehicle Accidents
Daylight-Saving Time and Motor Vehicle Accidents

Jeremy Roberts, an Ottawa MPP, advanced a private member’s bill in October 2020 to bring the province of Ontario permanent daylight time, contending that the practice of changing clocks twice a year brings “more harm than good” to the citizens of Ontario. Moving the clock ...

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