There was only one .ca domain sale to report in the last week at dnjournal.com, and that was:
that's two letter V's (not a W). I wrote earlier here about why these types of short domains have value, especially with repeating letters.
Interestingly, the top domain sale of the week was Cruises.co.uk, which went for $1,099,798. Usually a .com domain takes the top spot.
.co.uk is the domain extension for the UK, and it serves as a good example of how valuable a country code domain can be, especially if it targets a lucrative market.