No More Time Shifting: But Which Time to Pick?

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Description: As I write this we are right on top of our semi-annual exercise in time-shifting; we are “falling back” as we move off of daylight savings time and back to standard time, at least assuming you do not live in Saskatchewan or Russia or Morocco or any of the other places that stick with… Read more »

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD): We The North!

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Description: Have you heard the phrase “We The North?” It was associated with the enjoyable run of the Toronto Raptors to the successfully through the NBA championships in 2019. Despite having a great basketball team, however, there are some challenges associated with living in the north. Throughout much of Canada in the winter it is… Read more »

Course Selection and Social Jet Lag: Something to think about!

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Description: You may have heard about research suggesting that we need to rethink bussing schedules for grade school and junior high school students. Basically, it has been shown that the typical practice of busses taking the older junior high school students to school first (early) and then taking the elementary school students to school next… Read more »

Are Springing Forward and Falling Back Messing Us Up?

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Description: How do the time changes associated with the end (in the fall) and the beginning (in the spring) of daylight saving time affect you? Even if you don’t notice very many effects have you noticed ways in which these time changes seem to affect other people? There’s been a fair amount of research looking… Read more »

Daylight Saving and Physical and Psychological Health

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Description: Last weekend we moved our clocks ahead one hour as part of daylight savings time (at least most of us did, and now people in Saskatchewan who did not move their clocks advantage being on the same time as Alberta). How do you feel? What sort of physical or psychological consequences might you hypothesize… Read more »