Navigating the Clock: Understanding Canada’s Time Zones Spread across the breadth of North America, Canada, the second-largest country in the world, spans a staggering six primary time zones. This vastness reflects the country’s geographical diversity and adds a unique flavor to its identity. Understanding Canada’s time zones means appreciating the country’s expansive nature and time … Read more
Pacific Standard Time (PST) is a time zone used in the western part of North America, including the western provinces of Canada and some U.S. states. It is eight hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC-8) and three hours behind Eastern Standard Time (EST). PST is used to standardize time within a given region and is regulated by the federal government in Canada. Travelers and tourists need to understand PST, as it can affect flight schedules, hotel check-in times, and other aspects of travel planning.