Canon has made no secret of the poor mirrorless sales in the USA and Europe, and the likelihood that we will not be seeing them.
The sales figures seem to support this, mirrorless sales have dropped drastically in the USA and Europe, while holding up in Asia. Its expensive to stock and distribute a camera system, and when times are tough and dollars are tight, dropping poor selling products is going to happen.
This is no reflection on the camera itself, its just that American buyers have small cameras on their phone, and want something big to get professional images. Obviously, to those who are informed, that's not true, but the buyers dictate what sellers will offer.
I'd like to see a 5D MK IV with dual pixel sensor that is mirrorless, as long as its big and looks professional, it will sell.
The other thing that sells is a wide zoom. The SX50 is not only a good camera, but a huge profit maker for canon.
Because Americans have proven that they will pay for more, we might even see more mp in a camera. computers are now able to handle the load, but tablets and smartphones might have a issue with 200mb files.