I'm not a republican - far from it actually. I think the monarchy in Canada is a pretty interesting thing, maybe a "relic of our past," but is it not that past which makes up the Canada we have today? I mean, even if we do change to a republican system, nothing much will change. The Prime Minister won't give up his powers, and all we get to do is elect someone to a purely ceremonial position. Woot.
But, that is besides the point. The monarchy is clearly not getting rousing support in Canada. Most probably don't care one way or the other. There are no large republican movements, like what you have in Australia or New Zealand, but there is also nothing around that really keeps up support for our royals. This is a problem; the monarchy is a big part of the Canadian system of governance, and we can't have citizens feeling apathetic about it.
So I'll say it loud and clear: we need a referendum on the place of the monarchy in Canada. Even if its just to stir up some interest. Better now than later. I know what side I'm on, at least.