If we do, I'm guessing it will be Telus that gets that handset instead of Bell. For some reason, Bell hasn't really jumped on the Android bandwagon much at all, and I haven't heard news stating this is changing anytime soon.
Anything can happen, but right now it's hard to say what devices each carrier is likely to get. Even Rogers has been silent on the Android front lately - which is surprising, since they were the first with an Android device. Granted, after the fiasco with the 911 issues with (I think) the HTC Magic, perhaps it's something they are going to research and test out just a little more thoroughly first.