Not all of the Bill's provisions will be coming into force, according to University of Ottawa law professor Michael Geist. Internet service providers (ISPs) will not see the “notice-and-notice” rules take effect. This provision has ISPs send a notice to their customers when receiving a complaint from a copyright owners that certain material must be removed from the Internet. It's designed to protect ISPs from liability for the actions of their users, but apparently issues have cropped up over the fees for processing such notices and retaining customer information.
Also, some sections realted to the World Intellectual Property Organization's (WIPO) Internet Treaties will be delayed because that treaty has not been implemented into Canadian law yet.