Canada still requires a firearms registration certificate at the border with a $25 fee. Restricted firearms still require an ATT. There are still some fairly onerous requirements for transport and storage. On the pro side, it looks like prior approval is no longer required.
So, even though the long gun registry is dead, there is progress to be made on both sides of the border. I personally plan on writing my Alaska Senators and Representative and highlighting issues with ATF interpretation of 922 section Y. The problem with fixing issues like this is that there's no real natural constituency for foreigners. They don't vote, so politicians are not inclined to be responsive to their concerns.