Well that will never happen.
I’m torn on this really. Restrictions of access in public spaces for the unvaccinated isn’t just to protect the public but to protect the unvaccinated. Restrictions in access to public health care is specifically to punish the unvaccinated. Notice they’ll still get health care, they’ll still be in beds, hospitals etc but they’ll pay some sort of tax. In no way could you consider this a protective action.
Basically this seems to be a fantastic way for provincial governments to deflect questions around why the capacity of teh health care system has not been systematically expanded to deal with the pandemic. If beds and staffing was larger this conversation would not be taking place now.