In BC, the vaccine passport system only applies to optional 'fun' stuff, like restaurants, sports, movies, banquet halls. These were the places that were closed last winter, so it makes sense that now they're only opened because people are vaccinated. Essential services like grocery stores, shops, etc don't require a vaccine passport. They were open before vaccines, so to restrict access now, I think would be seen as punitive to the unvaxed, plus hard to enforce and the companies don't have that incentive to implement new measures in order to open up. The government would like organizations to implement vaccine mandates for their employees, but they haven't openly demanded it. They've done it in the public sector, where government has power and pays the salaries (which includes health care). But they aren't going to require employers to do it. I think there's a fine line to walk where vaccination is encouraged, but doesn't create a backlash against the government's 'draconian' strategies. It's still a matter of seeing what happens next with the virus.