The City of Saskatoon is working on regulations for the establishment of Cannabis retail outlets. Data from online and direct surveys will be reviewed today (Monday) at a City Committee meeting with a possible public hearing in front of City Council next month. Community Services General Manager Randy Grauer said thousands of people responded to an online survey in addition to opinions from five hundred households across the city. Grauer said keeping stores away from schools and parks was a common theme. “So there is just some sort of reasonable distance from what you might call sensitive or vulnerable populations so that school children aren’t walking by the local Cannabis retailer every day when they are a block from school.” Grauer said the establishment of a one block restrictive radius could rule out a store in one prime retail area of Saskatoon, “If you draw a 160 metre circle around the two schools, the one high school and one elementary school, there’s very little opportunity to have a retail outlet in the Broadway district.” The legalization of marijuana is expected sometime this summer.