An overwhelming majority of Canadians want people who are not vaccinated against COVID-19 banned from gatherings in public places, a new poll has found. Seventy-eight per cent of respondents said they would support (59 per cent) or somewhat support (19 per cent) such a ban. Only 15 per cent opposed a ban, and 5 per cent were somewhat opposed. Two per cent were unsure. While the federal government is preparing a vaccine passport for Canadians travelling internationally, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has left it to provincial governments to regulate their own jurisdictions, and most premiers are reluctant to impose restrictions. - Globe & Mail.