The YYYY - MM - DD format is the only method of writing a numeric date in Canada that allows unambiguous interpretation, and the only officially recommended format. The presence of the DD / MM / YY (most of the world) and MM / DD / YY (American) formats often results in misinterpretation.
How do you right date in Canada?
Use YYYY-MM-DD to write the date in the international standard format. This is the most common way to write a numerical date in Canada. If you see a form indicating that the date must be written in this format, this means that you write the year (YYYY) first, the month (MM) second, and the day (DD) last.
What is the MM DD YYYY format?
Date/Time FormatsFormatDescriptionMM/DD/YYTwo-digit month, separator, two-digit day, separator, last two digits of year (example: 12/15/99)YYYY/MM/DDFour-digit year, separator, two-digit month, separator, two-digit day (example: 1999/12/15)46 more rows
Is Toronto Central time?
Most of Ontario Canada is officially in the Eastern Time Zone and observes Daylight Saving Time. Some communities, however, are officially in the Central Time Zone .Ontario Canada Current Local Time.PlaceEtobicoke (Toronto)Time ZoneEastern Time ZoneUTC - Offset Standard TimeUTC - 5hObserve Daylight Savings TimeYesUTC - Offset DST TimeUTC - 4h92 more columns