"It makes it safer in the mornings for kids and adults going to school and work", said Shawn Broderick, a Cottage Grove resident.
This weekend we'll still be setting our clocks back an hour along with most of the rest of the country, so what gives?
The new act is enabling legislation only that unlocks the door for an eventual move to permanent daylight time.
Now, British Columbia might spring to the front of the line.
However, the actual timeline for such a change has yet to be announced.
It goes on to note the plan is to move to Pacific Time at the same time as USA states and the Yukon, which are considering eliminating the time change.
"I plan on bringing it up and telling my colleagues what we are doing here and encouraging them to follow suit", Horgan said.
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The biggest snag in all this is the U.S. Congress, which can't seem to find the time to deal with requests from states for permission to go to year-round daylight saving time.
"I'm confident they will catch up to us", he told a gaggle of reporters Thursday.
Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday [Nov 3] at 2.00am. Daylight Saving time comes to an end on November 3 at 2 a.m. with the clocks turning back by one hour as we fall back to standard time. Daylight Saving Time starts the second Sunday in March and ends on the first Sunday in November.
That would mean an extra hour of daylight in the evening, but could potentially see sunrises at around 9 a.m. PT.
The Time and Date website says fewer than 40 percent of countries around the world use daylight saving time, or DST. "There will be those who would prefer to stay on standard time, but it's argued that the overwhelming number of British Columbians want to move to permanent daylight saving time", he said. "For B.C., the single most important thing is to be in alignment with our trading partners to the south", he said. Some places have done away with time changes completely.
California voters approved the change in an initiative ballot, but legislators have not yet made the change.
SB 119 would require approval from the entire House and Senate and a signature by the governor - as well as federal approval - for it to go into effect. "Before then, time of day was a local matter, and most cities and towns used some form of local solar time, maintained by some well-known clock (for example, on a church steeple or in a jeweler's window)".