The obvious solution is those players could choose to get vaccinated. I just want to state the obvious, right? That is their choice, for sure. But that is also the solution.
The other solution is that there is a lobbying effort to have Canada change its policy and to give real, cogent, powerful reasons for that policy to change.
MLB could move the games. They have before. They did to Buffalo and Dunedin, and in the playoffs moved all teams. That does not seem fair to the local fan base that has supported the team, has gone years now without that team, has missed so many games, and it takes a game away from them to cater to the success of their opponent when, again, there is an obvious solution right there for the teams to follow.
Everybody has the right to make a choice, absolutely. Do I need to repeat that or did everybody get it the first time? Everyone has the right to make a choice. And choices have consequences.