I have confirmed from several sources that this story is basically correct. Arthur Topham, publisher of The Radical Press, was indeed recently arrested for hate crimes, for among other things publishing material like The Biological Jew and The Protocols of The Elders of Zion on his website. So post section 13--assuming parliament finally passes Brian Storseth's private member's bill repealing that part of the Canadian Human Rights Act--all the players remain the same. B'nai Brith, for example, has said quite clearly that they will continue their efforts to fight anti-Semitic speech on-line via the criminal code.
The only difference is that the police will sub-in for officers from the various human rights commissions and tribunals, and folks like Mr. Topham will wind-up going to the pokey rather than getting a letter in the mail. Somebody explain to me how this is an improvement.