As we turned our clocks forward for the beginning of daylight saving time early Sunday morning, someone had to advance the time on the Main Street clock tower in Steinbach.
David Banman, who oversees this process, says adjusting the time is actually quite simple.
"We have a really high-tech solution, we essentially turn off the electricity until we get the right time and switch it right back on. It’ll be at least an hour or in some situations depending on which time of year it is, it’ll be 11 hours that we’ll actually have to wait to get the right time."
Banman notes that for a good part of Sunday you shouldn't follow the time on the clock tower or you might be a little bit off.