An online government survey in Saskatchewan has found that keeping cannabis out of the hands of children is the top priority for respondents when recreational pot is legalized.
The province says nearly 35-thousand people took part in the survey — a record high — to help provide input as it develops rules governing recreational marijuana sales and consumption.
The survey also found more than 63 per cent of respondents believe pot should be available through a mix of retail and online sales and that nearly 46 per cent believe the legal age to buy marijuana should be 19.
The province says it will be releasing its framework document outlining the future of cannabis legalization in Saskatchewan in the near future.
Below is the complete survey results:
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