The support for vaccine passports is growing across the country with seven-in-ten Canadians saying they would support it in public spaces.
The information comes in an Angus Reid Survey taken September 3-6 where people across the country were asked about a passport program being established calling for people to show proof of vaccination before attending large-scale events or facilities.
In Saskatchewan, 51 percent of people believe a vaccine passport program should be needed. That is the lowest figure amongst the provinces, but is still up from a number of 46 percent when asked in May and 48 percent when asked in July.
When the question was last asked in July, 59 percent of Canadians said a program should be created. That was before the fourth wave of the pandemic hit us