With COVID-19 vaccinations underway in most countries, there's a lot of talk about "immunity passports," which would allow those who have received their vaccination more freedom from the lockdowns and restrictive measures put in place by governments. While some have raised concerns that these "passports" could lead to issues such as discrimination and exclusion for the "non-immune," others argue that it's unethical to force anyone to live under COVID-19 public health measures for any longer than necessary. Which side of the debate do you land on? Call 1-877-332-8255 and let us know if you're for or against "immunity passports" in Canada.