I think it was the American writer and humorist Mark Twain who said, "The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated." The same could be said concerning what's being reported about the Canadian Ordinariate. This story appeared, stating that "Rome has placed the matter of Ordinariates and dialogue concerning same 'on hold' until further notice." That is untrue. No Anglican Catholic bishop has said that. No one representing the Holy See has done such a thing.
What is true is that there are some unanswered questions about the implementation of Anglicanorum coetibus in Canada, and the bishops of the Anglican Catholic Church of Canada (ACCC) have decided to make a pause in the process so that certain issues which are important to them can be discussed and settled. Archbishop Thomas Collins of Toronto, the CDF Delegate for the implementation of Anglicanorum coetibus in Canada, had appointed various mentor priests to visit the parishes. The ACCC bishops have asked that those visits be postponed temporarily.
There's still a desire among the ACCC folks to be part of the Canadian Ordinariate. If there are some things that need to be better understood by everyone concerned, there's no shame in taking a little time to do that.