It's apartment hunting season in most of Canada! As most Canadians stuggle to find affordable real estate, the luxury market continues to boom.\nCanada lacks the obscene wealth that characterizes the upper class of the United States, but the country still has its examples of conspicuous consumption.\nTo give you an idea of the top tier of Canadian real estate, and because everyone could use some amusement during this often disheartening season, we've compiled below the most expensive homes currently for sale in each Canadian province.\nTo make this list, we've looked at top listings on Sotheby's, Luxury Estate, and Realtor.ca — all popular platforms in the Canadian luxury market.\nWe have not included homes for sale with unspecified prices. Many high-end property listings promise to disclose asking price "by request." Moreover, the properties below are easily locatable on sites that are accessible to the general public. Listings on private, exclusive real estate sites are not included.\nEnjoy!\nALSO READ: How To Shop At Costco Canada When You're Not A Member\nTL;DR Below are listed the most expensive homes for sale in each Canadian province. We have not included homes for sale with unspecified prices. Moreover, the properties below are easily locatable on sites that are accessible to the general public.\nBritish Columbia\nPrice: $39,900,000\nThis home in West Vancouver has eight bathroooms (!), indoor and outdoor swimming pools, and a tennis court. Nearby are ski resorts and a gold course.\nCheck out the listing here!\nSotheby's\nAlberta\nPrice: $16,000,000\nThis mansion ranch in Alberta has acres of land, stunning, rustic design elements, five bedrooms, a carriage house, and drop-dead gorgeous views of the Alberta foothills, according to the listing. Its most eccentric feature is a giant room where the current owner stores dead animals and hunting trophies (see below).\nSotheby's\nSotheby's\nSotheby's\nSotheby's\nCheck out the listing here!\nSaskatchewan\nPrice: $3,999,000\nThere is almost no luxury market in Saskatchewan. This property south of Regina, however, appears to be the most expensive in the province. Its stand-out features include a spacious deck, hot tub, home theatre and bar room.\nCheck out the listing here!\nManitoba\nPrice: $9,900,000\nThis mansion has twelve bathrooms (including an odd double shower; see below) and interior and exterior pools. The home is definitely a product of the mid-2000s.\nCheck out the listing here!\nSotheby's\nOntario\nPrice: $59,000,000\nChelster hall has already received a ton of media attention since it went on the market last year. The enormous lakeside mansion has a media room, library, billiards room, wine cellar, indoor pool, gym, sauna, and tennis court.\nSotheby's\nSotheby's\nSotheby's\nCheck out the listing here!\nSotheby's\nQuebec\nPrice: $40,000,000\n"Inspired by the architecture of Mediterranean villas" this "Golden Mile Estate" dates to the early 20th century. According to the listing, Queen Elizabeth once stayed here. Each room is beautifully crafted to have a unique identity in the home. There's an observatory and tucked away in the basement is a bar room. The mansion has a whopping 67 rooms.\nSotheby's\nSotheby's\nSotheby's\nCheck out the listing here!\nNew Brunswick\nPrice: $3,800,000\nThis home along the Kennebecasis River commands impressive views of the surrounding landscape and includes a large yard. The house shows its age, but it makes the most of its location with large windows.\nCheck out the listing here!\nNova Scotia\nPrice: $5,950,000\nThis mansion on a private island in Nova Scotia has all the charm of a classic Maritime home. The interior recalls the details of a 19th century seaside estate, but the porches and views are the greatest features of the house. There also appears to be an adorable guest cottage (see below).\nCheck out the listing here!\nPrince Edward Island\nPrice: $4,900,000\nThis home, built in 2006, also takes inspiration from the Maritime homes of old. Its location is unbeatable, but some might find its architectural features to be a bit odd. The lighthouse-like tower is the coolest feature in the house.\nCheck out the listing here!\nNewfoundland & Labrador\nPrice: $2,995,000\nSitting atop a seaside hill, this home features a two-storey set of windows in its living room to capture that sublime view. A bar room and home theatre make it the perfect place to host a party.\nCheck out the listing here!\nDo any of these homes intrigue you?