Looks up, way up! The tallest buildings in Canada range from soaring skyscrapers that are over 300 metres to ones that are as small as 39 metres. Each province has one and there's even a government building included.\nThe honour having the tallest building in the country goes to Ontario.\nCurrently, the skyscraper that reigns supreme is First Canadian Place in Toronto. It's an office building that comes in at 298.1 metres tall and is also the largest one in the province, but not for long.\nEditor's Choice: 9 Stunning Ontario Waterfalls That Are Even More Magical In The Fall\nWith the expected completion of the 312.5-metre SkyTower happening in 2024, it will become the tallest building in Ontario and Canada, excluding the CN tower.\nAs a residential building, it will have more than 800 luxury units that cost over $800,000 each to buy.\nIn Alberta, Stantec Tower stands out from the Edmonton skyline at 248.9 metres. It's an office and residential building.\n1250 René-Lévesque in Montreal is the tallest building in Quebec and rises 226.5 metres up into the sky.\nCurrently, Living Shangri-La in Vancouver is the tallest building in the city and in B.C. at 200.9 metres.\nIt houses a hotel, officers and condo units.\nHowever, Gilmore Place, a residential building, is under construction in Burnaby and it will be at least 214 metres tall when completed.\nThat will make it the biggest one in the province.\nView this post on Instagram Rising a record breaking 95 stories and 313 metres in height, SkyTower will include more then 800 suites in a variety of layouts! For more information, visit PinnacleSkyTower.ca 👈 A post shared by Pinnacle International (@pinnacleintl) on Mar 4, 2020 at 1:06pm PST\nIn Manitoba, the tallest building is in Winnipeg. 201 Portage is an office building that has a height of 128 metres.\n300 Main is currently being built in the same city as a residential and business tower that will be 142 metres tall when completed.\nView this post on Instagram Downtown is booming! Since 2005, the city has invested over $3 billion into our downtown, sports & entertainment districts—living at 300 Main propels you into the heart of it all, offering access to dining and entertainment just outside your front door. Visit 300main.ca for more information. #300Main #330Main #360Main #PortageAndMain #LivingAt300Main #WinnipegApartments #DowntownLiving #downtownWinnipeg #FindItDowntown #WinnipegSkyline #Winnipeg #Cityscape #HiRise #Wpgnow #explorewinnipeg #wpg #ywg #onlyinthepeg #pegcity A post shared by 300 Main (@300mainwinnipeg) on Nov 7, 2018 at 5:01pm PST\nHere's when the tallest buildings starter to get smaller in comparison to the huge ones in Ontario, Alberta and Quebec.\nNova Scotia's tallest is Fenwick Tower, an apartment building in Halifax that comes in at 98 metres.\nFor Saskatchewan, Mosaic Potash Tower in Regina is currently the highest at 84.5 metres.\nOne under construction in Saskatoon, Nutrien Tower, will take that title though since it will be 88 metres.\nView this post on Instagram Confederation Building . #explorenewfoundland #stjohns #confederationbuilding #sigma1020 #Nikon #NikonCA #NikonD7200 A post shared by Andrew Dennie (@andrew.dennie) on Jul 21, 2019 at 7:09am PDT\nIn New Brunswick, two buildings are tied for being the tallest.\nAssumption Place in Moncton and Brunswick Square in Saint John are both 80.8 metres.\nConfederation Building which is home to the Newfoundland & Labrador House of Assembly in St. John's is the largest one in the province at 64 metres tall.\nFinally in P.E.I., there are no giant skyscrapers like in Ontario.\nThe tallest building in the province is Holman Grand Hotel in Charlottetown which comes in at 39 metres.\nThe new tower being built in Toronto will almost be taller than the biggest ones from each Atlantic province combined.\nIf two buildings weren't tied for the top spot in New Brunswick then the SkyTower would literally tower over all the ones on the east coast.