The movement for the West Coast to “ditch the switch” — the twice-yearly ritual of changing our clocks between daylight saving and standard time — just got a push from British Columbia, where residents signaled they are keen to join Washington and Oregon on permanent daylight saving time.
But in California, where the idea is popular too, a new snag cropped up.
More than 223,000 British Columbians responded to a government survey on whether to adopt daylight saving time all year-round. The voluntary online survey broke provincial records for the most responses. In a tally of the results released Tuesday, 93% said they