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Scotiabank's Wyse Road branch's electronic clock is still on standard time. 

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What's wrong? Scotiabank's Wyse Road branch's electronic clock is still on standard time.

Who's responsible? Scotiabank's phone exchange hell, 420-3764.

Remarks: This particular clock is a great convenience, as it sits within eyeshot of the Bridge bus terminal. But three weeks into Daylight Savings Time and it still hasn't been reset. A crackling phone exchange system eventually gets us to "Debbie," who says "we're aware of it," and the clock will soon be turned off and eventually reset. Time changes happen twice a year, we point out. "Yes," says Debbie with something of a sigh. Here's hoping the bank has better luck with its electronic bookkeeping system.

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