The Saskatchewan government released the results of their online survey on cannabis legalization, and the province said it was the most-responded-to survey they've had.
Over 26,000 people 18 years of age or older completed the survey, with respondents' ages being fairly spread out from those between the ages of 18 and 60. There weren't as many responses from people over 60.
The majority of respondents said municipalities should not be able to pass bylaws to more-strictly regulate cannabis, while also saying marijuana consumption should be prohibited in public spaces.
Most respondents also said that there should be a strict approach to drug-impaired driving.
Over 60 per cent of respondents said they're in favour of marijuana being taxed, as opposed to about 25 per cent who were against the tax.
There was also strong support from respondents for money raised through taxation going to mental health and addictions treatment, as well as for money going to "public education and prevention of harms."
The province hasn't specified their timeline for unveiling their plans for legalization, but says a plan will be released "in the near future."