Difference between revisions of "Prince Edward Island Timezone"

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== 3 Geo. VI, Chapter 23, ''An Act Respecting the Provincial Statutes'', 1939 ==
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== [Media:Peiacts1939.pdf|3 Geo. VI, Chapter 23, ''An Act Respecting the Provincial Statutes'', 1939] ==
  
 
6(m) a reference to time is to be deemed a reference to Atlantic Standard Time, (sixty degrees west longitude) being twelve minutes and twenty-nine seconds fast of the local time of the meridian which passes through the Provincial Clock on the law Courts Building in Charlottetown.
 
6(m) a reference to time is to be deemed a reference to Atlantic Standard Time, (sixty degrees west longitude) being twelve minutes and twenty-nine seconds fast of the local time of the meridian which passes through the Provincial Clock on the law Courts Building in Charlottetown.

Revision as of 14:23, 29 July 2018

I've long wondered whether there's a case to be made for a Prince Edward Island timezone file entry. We're America/Halifax right now, but if I can establish that historically our dates of adopting different standards (daylight time, for example) are different from Halifax, that would be all we'd need to become America/Charlottetown.

Legislation

[Media:Peiacts1939.pdf|3 Geo. VI, Chapter 23, An Act Respecting the Provincial Statutes, 1939]

6(m) a reference to time is to be deemed a reference to Atlantic Standard Time, (sixty degrees west longitude) being twelve minutes and twenty-nine seconds fast of the local time of the meridian which passes through the Provincial Clock on the law Courts Building in Charlottetown.