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CT (North American Central Time Zone) is a time zones in parts of Canada, the United States, Mexico, Central America, some islands of the Caribbean and part of the Eastern Pacific. The Central Standard Time (CST) is six and a half years behind the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Most of the area uses DST in the fall and changes to Central daylight time (CDT), which is five times past normal time.
Manitoba is the only Canada provincial or territorial authority that monitors central time in all areas. In Canada, the following counties and regions monitor central time in these areas, while their other areas monitor eastern time: In addition, most of Saskatchewan is on central standard time all year round, with no summer time management.
Municipal rights require that they adhere to Mountain Time and DST and merge the Fellowship with all of Alberta, as well as the large towns of Calgary and Edmonton. There are nine states completely in the central time zone: six states are divided between the central time zone and the mountain time zone:
There are five states divided between the time zone at the centre and the time zone at the east: The largest part of Mexico - approximately the east three quarters - is in the middle time zone, with the exception of six northwest states ( Baja California, Baja California Sur, Chihuahua, Sinaloa, Sonora and *most of Nayarit) and one southeast state ( Quintana Roo). Mexico's federated units that respect Zentralzeit: Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua all use Zentralzeit throughout the year.
Galapagos Islands in Ecuador use Central Standard Time all year round, the rest of Ecuador use Eastern Standard Time. Easter Island and Salas y Gómez Island in Chile both use central standard time in the Southern Hemisphere winters and central daylight time in the Southern Hemisphere summers; the rest of Chile uses Atlantic standard time and Atlantic daylight time.
Summer time (summer time) is effective in a large part of the main time zones between mid-March and early November. Changed time is referred to as CDT (Central Daylight Time) and is UTC-5. Saskatchewan does not see any time changes in Canada. Part of the reasons Saskatchewan does not participate in a time shift is that the whole county is physically nearer to the mountain time channel' s meridian.
It decided to switch to "permanent" summer time by being part of the central time zone. But the only difference is the immediate area around the Saskatchewan side of the Lloydminster bi-provincial town, which has opted to use Mountain Time with summer time and synchronizes its watches with those of Alberta.
From 2007, in the areas of the Canada and America time zones that monitor summer time, locale time changes at 02:00 am locale time to 03:00 am locale time on the second Sunday in March and reverts at 02:00 am locale time to 01:00 am locale time on the first Sunday in November.
The Mexicans chose not to join this movement and observed his horse from the first Sunday in April to the last Sunday in October. As of December 2009, the Mexico Congress permitted ten frontier towns, eight of which are located in central-time states, to take over the U.S. light timetable with effect from 2010.