The Observer asked: Do you have any concerns with the B.C. government moving ahead with legislation to end Daylight Saving time?

Word on the street: Do you have any concerns with the B.C. government moving ahead with legislation to end Daylight Saving time?

In September, the B.C. government brought British Columbians a step closer to legislation that would make daylight saving time year-round. The Observer took to the streets to ask people their thoughts on the matter, here are some of those responses.

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“I like the idea that they’re going to go through with this. The time change always bothers me.” – Dietmar Weber

“Yeah let’s do it. I own Namaste yoga wellness centre and I just notice when we have the time change my students are just all off. They’re tired – it’s just unnecessary.” – Nancy Whitticase

“I would prefer we kept the same year round, no daylight savings. I’m pretty happy with it.” – Greg Profit

I’m in favour, I think it’s a big dislocation going from even an hour difference. It takes a while to get used to it.” - Joan Chadwick

“All of the stuff that’s going down and that’s what Horgan is worrying about? I’m more worried about his focus.” – Alan Wall

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