Section 13 will not go away, and soon will revert to the form found constitutional in the Taylor case.
...which means minus the section 54 of the Canadian Human Rights Act (should this be found to be unconsitutional on appeal).
Even while we're waiting for an appeal of the Hadjis decision, I suspect any new s13 cases will go forward without an attempt at extracting S54 penalties from the respondent, and with greater attempts at "mediation" from the staff of the various HRCs. After all, the point is or should be that the offending material is removed from circulation. And, even without the S54 penalties, once a cease and desist order has been issued by a tribunal, ignoring that order can lead to a finding of "contempt" and, in some cases, jail time.
The s54 penalties are, from the POV of the law's purpose--ie. expunging hateful material--something of a frill. The law would seem to function without them.
Update: Pearl Eliadis agrees.