Not a Canadian firm (California), but...
We've been real happy with Sierra Proto Express, www.2justforyou.com.  Fully
automated quote & ordering for either their cheaper "no-touch" orders (no
design or electrical test), or "standard" (design check + elec netlist test)
orders, up to 8 layers.  The 4-layers are 3-day turn standard (pay extra for
1 or 2 day); 1-10 pieces; reasonably extensive list of allowed options.
Their new "Valor" design-rule check actually caught one problem in our last
board, and one potential problem (i.e., wasn't a problem in our case, but it
made sense that they questioned it), so that was quite impressive.

One limitation to watch out for at PcbExpress (below) is your finished hole
sizes MUST match their pre-set list of 16 sizes.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: matt
> Sent: Wednesday, April 10, 2002 10:54 AM
>
> You may also try pcbexpress , see them at http://www.pcbexpress.com
> They do 3 day 4 layers very inexpensively compared to all pcb
> houses. Look for their #3 and #4 prototypes (3 is 3 day no soldermask , 4
is 4 day
> soldermask and silkscreen , cost from $150 and up
> all-inclusive). They ship...

>
> > SHAWN wrote:
> > >
> > > Could somebody recommend a quick-turnaround board house
> for a 4-layer,
> PC-104 PCB. Nothing fancy, no blind vias, etc. A Canadian
> manufacturer would
> be prefered. Shawn

>

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