Hamilton has released its survey to see how the public feels about having legal cannabis stores.

People have until Jan. 9 to vote on whether the city should opt in or out of allowing cannabis retail stores. The results will inform city councillors when they vote on Jan. 14.

The survey came from a debate this week, when city councillors voted 7-6 against having cannabis stores in Hamilton.

Some opponents want to hold off until the province hands over more money to deal with the costs of legalization.

– Read the entire article at CBC News.