Review of Bill 203, Alberta Standard Time Act

26 Jun Review of Bill 203, Alberta Standard Time Act

On April 3, 2017, the Legislative Assembly referred Bill 203, Alberta Standard Time Act, to the Standing Committee on Alberta’s Economic Future. The Committee must report its observations, opinions, and recommendations with respect to the Bill back to the Assembly by October 4, 2017.

If passed, Bill 203 would repeal the Daylight Saving Time Act and require the observance of “Alberta Standard Time” (defined as six hours behind coordinated universal time) year round.

The Standing Committee on Alberta’s Economic Future is inviting the public to provide input on Bill 203, Alberta Standard Time Act. Written submissions will be accepted until Friday, July 28, 2017.

To provide your feedback, please visit the committee’s website, here.