Shorter days mean Canadians are spending more time in the dark.

At this time of year, Canadians will be spending more time in the dark, whether driving to or from work, picking up the kids from hockey practice, or going for an early morning run. While a problem all year round, Canadians will notice halos and glare from light sources more often when they are more active during low-light hours.

Halos and glare are not only distracting, they can cause discomfort and even disorientation, but the good news is that there are solutions available. Learn more at