Given most public service collective agreements, against which CF pay is benchmarked, expire in 2014, I suspect the 1 Apr 2014 pay increase announcement will be delayed pending resolution of those agreements. (I have been wrong in the past, so take it with a grain of salt).
That said, given the government wants to keep a tight control on increases (and, indeed, is directing all departments to pay any increases out of their existing baseline, and not providing increases to fund that inflation), I doubt anything will be above 2%. (Note that Stats Can says the November (annualized) inflation rate was 0.9%. Pension contributions have gone up 0.6% this year for part I of the CFSA; so a 1.5% increase would be breaking even. However, if you're below maximum IPC for your rank you'll see some real growth in income).