According to the Canadian newspaper Hill Times, the Conservative government will introduce copyright reform legislation bringing Canada much closer to the USA in terms of copyright protection.
The crux of the bill calls for tougher anti-circumvention laws, which make it illegal to work around or circumvent DRM. As a result, this outlaws products like "mod chips" and other hacks. Oddly enough, an exception is made in the bill for free access to web-based materials.
Unfortunately, if this bill passes, it will cater directly to the U.S. Government and the Canadian Recording Industry Association, by further encouraging the use to DRM.
Hopefully the Canadian anti-DRM activists will be as vocal as those in the US.