CANADIAN TIME ZONES



If you are confused by all the Canadian Time Zones,
I hope these pages will help to reduce the confusion . . . . read on!

Canada encompasses six of the world's 24 time zones and the Province of Newfoundland & Labrador is 1/2 hour ahead of the other Atlantic Provinces.

Daylight Saving Time is in effect from the second Sunday in March, when the clocks in most of Canada are advanced by one hour, until the first Sunday in November.

The Province of Saskatchewan, however, does not put their clocks forward during that time.

If you are traveling to Canada or phoning friends there, below are some of the local times across this country.

A special thank you goes to those readers who helped with the building of this page,
who were far more knowledgeable than I,
especially Trey Wedge - Thank You!

CURRENT MOON

At the bottom of this page you will find an interactive World Map where you can check the local time, anywhere, world-wide.


The Province of Newfoundland & Labrador is half an hour ahead of the other Maritime Provinces and are in the Newfoundland & Labrador time zone

Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick are in the Atlantic time zone

The Province of Quebec is in the Eastern time zone

Most parts of Ontario are in the Eastern time zone, the exception being the western part of the province which borders Manitoba

The Province of Manitoba is in the Central time zone

The Province of Saskatchewan is in the Central time zone

The Province of Alberta is in the Mountain time zone

The Province of British Columbia is in the Pacific time zone




Links to Canadian Times Zones Info ...

Canadian Time Zones Map Website
Information about time zones in Canada


Ministry of Natural Resources - Standard Time Zones
Information about the 6 time zones across Canada
from the Government of Canada,
lots of maps and data from the MNR

World Time Zone Information
Detailed map showing all World time zones - great information!



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