Unlike the rest of Canada, Saskatchewan residents didn't have to worry about pushing their clocks back an hour over the weekend as daylight-savings time came to an end.
But those in the Lampman area might have to reset the time on their ovens, microwaves, and coffee makers on Wednesday.
SaskPower has a planned outage scheduled for the Lampman area from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
They also have an outage slotted for the Kenosee area from 10 a.m. to noon, expected to affect customers in Kenosee Lake on Confederation Drive, Quebec Street, Lynwood Street, Manitoba Street, and Bee Cee Street.
There is also a planned outage for the Moosomin area from 9:30 a.m. to noon on Thursday.
1:25 PM: A planned outage is scheduled on 11/8 from 1:30pm to 2:45pm affecting customers in Moosomin - Carleton & Mountain St. 800-1100blks, Main St. 900-1100blks, Mark & Oak Ave 1000 & 1100blks, Windover Ave 1100blk, Henry St & Wright Rd 100blks #skoutage— SaskPower (@SaskPower) November 8, 2022