The only changes in the fishing licences for this year is that you will fill out the standard paper licence copy, then will fill out an application for an outdoors card. You will need to carry both pieces of paper with you (licence and temporary outdoors card), and then an actual card will be mailed to you. This card will be good for 3 years I believe, so next year you would bring the card back up with you and would only need to purchase a sticker for the card, rather than be filling out and carrying another paper copy. The additional cost for the card (good for 3 years) is $9 plus the regular licence fee.
As for operating a boat, you don't require a boaters licence if you are a non-Canadian resident visiting for less than 45 days and operating your own boat. So things should be the same as they have been before. If renting a boat, the operator doesn't need a boaters licence, but will have to sign and carry a copy of the rental agreement and checklist stating that they have been trained in navigation and the operation of the boat. These regulations aren't in effect yet, and can be changed before coming into place.