When clocks reach 2:00 a.m. on Sunday morning, they will be turned back to 1:00 a.m., giving Montrealers an extra hour of sleep.
The change means mornings will be bright an hour earlier and darkness will set in earlier in the evening.
We'll see some big changes in sunrise and sunset times.
The debate over daylight saving time and its colder, darker opposite may not be as old as time itself, but it sure feels that way.
Clocks will fall back tonight at 2am. There's no way to predict when a fire will occur, so even one night without an operational smoke alarm can be risky.
If you can't afford a smoke detector, the American Red Cross has partnered with the local fire departments in our area to provide free smoke alarms for any resident.
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"We have smoke alarms at all of our stations".
"Working smoke alarms are the single most important tool in getting out alive during a fire", said Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services Commissioner Roger Parrino Sr.
"You should also install carbon monoxide alarms in your home and check them once a month", says Milie.
One of the best ways to protect yourself and your family is to have a working smoke alarm that can sound fast for both a fire that has flames, and a smoky fire that has fumes without flames. Ensure that the alarms are interconnected.
Replace the batteries at least once every year. FASNY recommends cleaning all alarms to remove any debris that might impede their function and to test the batteries, changing them as necessary.