Welp, you know how it works, supply and demand...but, in my experience it's been rather hard for people to find. I somehow got ahold of two someplace before I even knew the variation existed. I ended up selling one for a large (in my opinion) amount of money, and keeping the other.
I'm sure other opinions will differ, but I'd expect to spend 200+ dollars minimum but no more than 300. And before people flame me, yeah, I know it's a lot for a figure. But again, supply and demand, not to mention people with money willing to spend can be an interesting combination to say the least. I'm living proof...darn TF Vader.
P.S. I know you like AFA, so if it's been graded already, that could raise the price of course.
I would even say to expect to pay above the 300+ price range. I looked all over for this version and had a bear of a time finding it. When I found it, I paid $350 for it because I was afraid I wouldn't find it again. That of course was before I discovered eBay. You may be able to do better than I did.
I think the Canadian version of this would be a proportianate comparison to the difference between the American and Canadian versions of the FF Weequay. But I was checking out Lee's, for example--they don't mention the value of a Canadian version, but they make sure to mention that there is one. I don't know, that's what bugs me about their price guide sometimes.
please dont spend a lot of money on a canadian version collection 1 sote leia. they are listed on ebay all the time. the seller always tries to tell you how rare it is because it is on a collection 1 card. there are literally tons of them available on canadian cards. so dont buy into those ebay seller's hype....