Why doesn't Saskatchewan change its clocks?

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In Saskatchewan, time stays still.

The prairie province keeps its clocks set to Central Standard Time year-round, while the rest of the Canadian provinces adjust their clocks twice a year to maximize daylight and save on energy costs.

“I want to know why Saskatchewan is the only place that does not participate in daylight saving,” said Naomi Hansen, a curious Saskatoon resident who put her question to the new CBC podcast Good Question, Saskatchewan.

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“We’re on ‘Sask. time,’ as I would call it. We are unique in that.”

Naomi Hansen was curious about why Saskatchewan is

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