Just have to read through it - short answer, no. Not sure how the new laws would change this.
Long answer:Relevant info of disclosure.
Subsection 7(3) of the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act, S.C. 2000, c. 5
 Voltage Pictures LLC is asking the internet service providers to disclose the names and addresses of some of their customers who have allegedly infringed its copyright.
 Subsection 7(3) of the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act, S.C. 2000, c. 5, allows for the disclosure of personal information on a court order:
7. (3) For the purpose of clause 4.3 of Schedule 1, and despite the note that accompanies that clause, an organization may disclose personal information without the knowledge or consent of the individual only if the disclosure is
(c) required to comply with a subpoena or warrant issued or an order made by a court, person or body with jurisdiction to compel the production of information, or to comply with rules of court relating to the production of records;
 These principles also apply to the case at bar.
Rule 238 of the Federal Courts Rules, SOR/98-106
 To obtain the name and address of a customer of an internet service provider, plaintiffs must prove that they have a bona fide claim against that customer and that they meet the criteria of Rule 238 of the Federal Courts Rules (BMG, above, at paras. 33 and 34).
 Voltage Pictures LLC has a bona fide claim against the defendants: it has brought an action against them for having infringed its copyright when they copied and publicly distributed the film Hurt Locker.And the judgement/conclusion.
 The Court grants Voltage Pictures LLCs motion without costs given that the plaintiffs motion is not contested by any of the internet service providers
Further to the analysis undertaken, the Court orders that:
Voltage Pictures LLC proceed with a written examination for discovery of Bell Canada, Cogeco Cable Inc. and Videotron GP in order to obtain the names and addresses related to their customer accounts associated with the IP addresses at the times specified in Annex A attached to the Notice of Motion.
Within two weeks, Bell Canada, Cogeco Cable Inc. and Videotron GP disclose to Voltage Pictures LLC the names and addresses related to their customer accounts associated with the IP addresses at the times specified in Annex A. This disclosure shall be in Microsoft Excel format, with publishing rights, encrypted on a compact disk or any other electronic medium.
Voltage Pictures LLC reimburse any reasonable expenses incurred by Bell Canada, Cogeco Cable Inc. and Videotron GP in collecting the personal information identified in paragraph 1 of this order.