Nunavut, Canada (NU)
Canadian Province of Nunavut
On April 1, 1999, Canada's geographical and political map changed and a new jurisdiction, Nunavut, was created. Nunavut was formed from the eastern part of the Northwest Territories and was officially named Canada's third territory. On April 1, 2001, Nunavut reverted to 3 time-zones.
Nunavut is in the Mountain Time, Central Time & Eastern Time Zones in Canada, which are 7, 6 & 5 hours respectively behind Greenwich Mean Time (GMT-7, GMT-6, GMT-5).
Nunavut observes Daylight Saving Time.
Current rules in effect in USA
- Standard Time began: Sunday 5 November 2017 02:00 local time. Clocks went back one hour.
- Standard Time ends: Sunday 11 March 2018 02:00 local time. Clocks go forward one hour.
USA and Canada past and future DST schedules hereDaylight Saving 2018
Nunavut (Mountain Time)
Clock showing current local time now in Time Zone: America Cambridge Bay
(Nunavut, Canada - Mountain Time)
Standard Time: GMT-7
Daylight Saving Time: GMT-6
Nunavut (Central Time)
Clock showing current local time now in Time Zone: America Rankin Inlet
(Nunavut, Canada - Central Time)
Standard Time: GMT-6
Daylight Saving Time: GMT-5
Nunavut (Eastern Time)
Clock showing current local time now in Time Zone: America Iqaluit
(Nunavut, Canada - Eastern Time)
Standard Time: GMT-5
Daylight Saving Time: GMT-4
Government of Nunavut website: www.gov.nu.ca