Time In Saskatchewan
Most of Saskatchewan observes Central Standard Time (CST). However, since it is situated completely within the Mountain Time Zone, daylight saving time is effectively in place year round. Saskatchewan does not change its clocks back in winter.
The city of Lloydminster is the only exception to this arrangement: it is located in the neighbouring Mountain Time Zone to the West, one hour behind CST. However since Lloydminster does change its clocks, the time in Saskatchewan is the same in all parts of the province during the summer months.
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