In Momentous.ca Corp v Canadian American Assn of Professional Baseball Ltd, 2012 SCC 9 (available here) the court has affirmed its willingness to give effect to exclusive jurisdiction agreements in favour of a foreign forum.
The decision is brief (12 paragraphs) and was released only just over a month after the case was argued. It is a unanimous decision by the seven judges.
Academic commentary about the decision has been quite mixed. I am not aware that anyone thinks the decision is wrong. There is much consensus that the court reached the correct result: the defendant should have been able to rely on the jurisdiction agreement in favour of North Carolina to resist proceedings in Ontario. But there is much disagreement about the quality of the brief reasons.