The province is looking to clamp down on scalpers and ticket bots setting high prices to live events, but they want public input first.
The government has started public consultation on how you feel about the ticket-buying process.
Input will be based on topics such as how often people buy event tickets, experiences reselling their passes and what changes need to be made to improve fairness in the buying and selling process.
The survey will last for three weeks and the province says the results will be used to develop recommendations to improve fairness and transparency.
An Angus Reid poll showed four in five Canadians say buying tickets for the purpose of reselling are unfair and the same number support an outright ban of software, or bots, to jump ahead in line when tickets go on sale.
Alberta and Ontario had public consultations before passing legislation on ticket-buying practices.
Survey results will be made public in the spring.