You might not have as much spring in your step as usual by Sunday morning after the clocks move ahead one hour.
Daylight saving time begins on March 13 at 2 a.m., at which time clocks will advance to 3 a.m.
Besides losing an hour of sleep, it’s also a good time to change your batteries in smoke detectors and household alarms.
Manitoba Public Insurance also says there are typically more accidents on the road in the days following a time change.
Clocks will fall back again on Sunday, November 6.
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