Check out this thread at FreeD.
Mind you, their reaction might be unrepresentative. I would hope that a law which demands that your IP provider build infrastructure meant to spy on you on behalf of the cops, with the result being that you pay higher fees to your IP so they can do this spying, might unite Left and Right in opposition.
I fear that the people it really unites are us Netheads, us on-line activists, whatever our political persuasion. And meanwhile there is a huge body of Canadians who still don't really get or care about this on-line shit and are willing to swallow any old humbug in the name of "Law & Order" or "The Children"