Asked if the Jewish community would benefit from the retention of Section 13, [CIJA CEO Shimon] Fogel stated: “What was intended as a shield against hate has become a sword. Certainly in its day, it was helpful in confronting the challenges related to the likes of [Holocaust denier] Ernst Zundel… What it has really done is create difficulties for those who might legitimately want to raise questions about groups or ideas that in fact are a threat to the Jewish community or Israel. In effect, the act has become an instrument to chill critical debate about important issues like radical Islam.”
CIJA, the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs, is not yet advocating a repeal. Instead they will hold "consultations" with the Jewish community in order to help determine their position going forward.
In a personal communication, JDL-Canada's Meir Weinstein tells me that he supports Fogel's position on Section 13; I would assume then that this is the official position of the JDL.
In more JDL-related news, that alleged bomb plot of a couple of months back, in which several JDL members were accused of trying to plant a bomb near Palestine House, turns out to be been based on a hoax phone call to the RCMP. So says the JDL wiki page, at least.
PS. CIJA, as WK intimates, is the group that the old Canadian Jewish Congress was "folded into". They are a...bit different...than the old CJC, however.