For anyone interested in a sneak preview of this new book edited by Michael Geist, you'll find the introductory chapter available on the Irwin Law website. From "Radical Extremism" to "Balanced Copyright": Canadian Copyright and the Digital Agenda will be issued by Irwin Law this month and we should have a both a print and electronic copy in the library shortly.
"This book represents an effort by some of Canada’s leading copyright experts to shift away from the sloganeering that has marked the debate to date by moving toward an informed analysis of Bill C-32 and the future development of Canadian copyright law."
Among the collection of papers is Osgoode professor Carys Craig's, Locking Out Lawful Users: Fair Dealing and Anti-Circumvention in Bill C-32. This looks like a fantastic contribution to copyright law in Canada.