[tz] tzdb data for North and Central America
jeffery.nichols at gmail.com
Thu Jan 9 16:17:07 UTC 2020
Hello. You might want to note that the America/Halifax timezone also
applies to Îles-de-la-Madeleine and the Listuguj reserve in Quebec.
Officially, this came into effect on January 1, 2007 (*Legal Time Act*,
CQLR c T-5.1), but the legislative debates surrounding that bill say that
it is "accommodating the customs and practices" of those regions, which
suggests that they have always been in-line with Halifax.
Also, you call America/Whitehorse "south Yukon" and America/Dawson "north
Yukon", but the divide is actually between east and west, at the 138th
*Jeffery Nichols*, JD, MPA, MA
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