Daylight saving time will end in Manitoba on Sunday, November 6th when clocks will be set back one hour.

It ends on the first Sunday in November and resumes on the second Sunday in March.

The official time change back to standard time will occur this year at 2 a.m. on Sunday at which time clocks should be set back to 1 a.m.

Many Manitobans have deeply held views on bi-annual time changes, and other jurisdictions across Canada and internationally are examining how time change relates to wellness, economic factors, and relationships with trading partners.

The province says that it will continue to monitor these developments and evaluate the best possible options for Manitoba.