Bell did not waste any time in responding to the Primus net neutrality submission as it has called on the CRTC to reject it. The next steps are fairly clear – CAIP has been given until Monday to respond to the Bell submission. With those submissions in hand, the CRTC will rule on whether an injunction is appropriate. If it declines the injunction request, it will then address the broader throttling issue. That could take months, though public pressure could convince the Commission to accellerate the process (which could include public hearings or submissions). If you want your voice heard, the Campaign for Democratic Media has made it easy to do so.
Update: Sources say the CRTC has delayed the CAIP response deadline until Thursday. Why is the CRTC not posting its letters to the parties that update a case generating widespread interest?
Update II: The CRTC has now posted its letter to CAIP and Bell.