The spring forward time change is notoriously disruptive. But there's a solution for this. Dan Kitwood / Getty Images
Guess what time it is? It's THAT time. Spring forward time. Daylight you're-killing-my-weekend-and-Monday-blows-and-I-hate-you Saving Time. Clocks move ahead one hour this Sunday and usually everyone
I know grumbles about it.
BUT there's a way to lessen the effects of losing that one hour of sleep. But you have to start implementing this ingenious strategy TODAY. It might even save lives. I'm serious
Here's what you've got to do.
It's official. Quebecers are going to the polls again this April 7, 2014 with current Quebec Premier Pauline Marois calling a provincial election earlier today.
Speculation has been rife for weeks, if not months that Marois would call a general provincial election this spring. The last time Quebecers voted in a provincial election was on September 4, 2012 when Premier or Premier Ministre Jean Charest called Quebec's 40th General Election after months of student uprisings over his administration's proposed postsecondary tuition hikes.
Pauline Marois' Parti Québécois subsequently won a minority government.
This election represents Quebec's fifth one in 11 years.
Above: Diana Ross arriving at 54th Annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center on February 12, 2012 in Los Angeles. Ross was awarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award later on during the ceremony. Jason Merritt / Getty Images
They booked a crooner. They threw in some Gershwin. And now, they've got the one and only Motown Queen headlining the world's largest jazz festival for the first time in its 35-year history.
Above: Dallas Buyers Club
star/Best Supporting Actor Oscar winner Jared Leto photobombed by 12 Years a Slave
star/Best Supporting Actress Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o backstage during the 86th Academy Awards on March 2, 2014 at Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. Christopher Polk / Getty Images
My favorite Oscar photobomb coincidentally has a Montreal connection. Then again, everything is connected to everything in some way or another when you come to think of it...