A look at COVID-19 proof-of-vaccination programs across Canada

Saskatchewan on Thursday became the latest province to announce plans to introduce a COVID-19 vaccine passport. Here’s a look at what the provinces and territories have said about their proof-of-vaccination … Read More

Quebec justified in expanding vaccine passport to hospital visits, experts say

Quebec’s decision to expand its vaccine passport system to cover people visiting patients in hospital drew support from ethics and legal experts Wednesday. “If you choose not to get vaccinated, … Read More

B.C. to reveal details on proof-of-vaccination program on Monday

British Columbia is expected to become the second province in Canada to require proof of immunization against COVID-19 to access non-essential services. Premier John Horgan, Health Minister Adrian Dix and … Read More

B.C. becomes second province to require proof of vaccination, starting Sept. 13

British Columbia announced Monday that it require proof of COVID-19 vaccination for people attending certain social and recreational events. One dose of vaccine will be required for entry will be … Read More

Quebec gym owner facing threats over policy to require clients to show proof of vaccination

Quebec Premier Francois Legault announced Thursday that a vaccine passport plan is in the works for the province, where non-essential services are expected to only be available for vaccinated people. … Read More

Pins, stickers, T-shirts: Is there value in wearing your COVID-19 vaccine status?

If you have been vaccinated against the coronavirus, you probably received a celebratory “I got my COVID-19 vaccine” sticker or posted a picture on social media marking the momentous occasion. … Read More

Proof of vaccination wades into ‘murky territory’ ethically, experts say

Ontario — like the rest of Canada — has no plans to mandate the newly approved coronavirus vaccine. It does, however, have plans to provide immunized Ontarians a document or … Read More

Ontario to issue proof of COVID-19 vaccination, health minister says

Ontario’s health minister says residents who get a COVID-19 vaccine will be issued proof they received a shot. Christine Elliott said Tuesday it may be required to access certain settings … Read More

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