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April 14 2011 Mexico Newsletter

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This Sunday marks the beginning of Semana Santa/Holy week in Mexico.

Time Changes in Mexico
Mexico as a stereotype is known to traditionally have a very different concept of time compared to the USA and Canada. Is it surprising then that most of the country also officially has different dates to turn ahead and turn back the clocks compared to its North American Trade Agreement partners?

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What is a cirquero?

Answer from last week's question:
Sonora in the Northwest region is the only state in Mexico that does nor observe Daylight Saving Time. This is because it borders Arizona which also does not observe DST.

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