Don't necessarily limit yourself to Canada or Germany!!! It might be fun to venture outward, too, and try some other icewines from other regions.
For example, I've had a bottle of 2002 Chateau Ste. Michelle Reserve White Reisline Icewine that was absolutely fantastic. If you're into the scoring, WS gave it a 93 and Tanzer gave it a 91. They said:
"Rich, gorgeously honeyed and deep; sticky sweet but beautifully balanced with enough acidity to make it noble, oozing apricot, pineapple, honey and marzipan flavors that linger beautifully on a supersilky frame. Drink now through 2012. 150 cases made. "
"Palish straw-gold color. Pineapple and toffee aromas. Dense, smooth and supersweet, with highly concentrated flavors that are at once gamey and fresh, thanks to firm acids. Offers a chewy, almost saline quality and considerable complexity. Has the balance and lushness to give pleasure right now. Finishes very long and very smooth."
--International Wine Cellar
I know that Vickers Wine Online, http://www.vickersliquors.com/ has it for $35. Just a thought!!!