Chome Plating in Canada
I think you looked into the Ontario chrome shops that my brother in Cambridge recommended, and they were too expensive. But if you get your parts on a bus ASAP to Medicine Hat, Alberta, the place I dealt with (Advanced Plating Ltd.) was very reasonable. But even they took a couple of months, so which ever way you go, time will be of the essence. But they get almost all their work from a distance (Calgary, Edmonton, Regina and Saskatoon), so it shouldn't be a big deal to get parts sent to them from Ottawa.
The contact I dealt with there was Sharon, and she can be reached at (403) 527-1000 (#6 1735 Brier Park Road N.W., Medicine Hat, Alberta, T1C 1V5). If you remind her that she did my plating in January 2002, she might be able to get you a ballpark quote. Condition of the parts play a big role in the price. Mine were all straight and fairly rust-free, and only needed to be ground down and re-plated. Dents, bends, and corrosion will cause the price to jump BIG TIME. While the work isn't "show quality", it looks perfect to my eyes. Certainly worthy of the rest of the work I have done, and maybe better.
For comparison, here are the prices I paid for plating at Advanced, which was about two years ago, so you should get a quote, although that might be more of an "estimate". Maybe they can quote from e-mailed photos? It may be worth asking. These prices are all in Canadian dollars, and included shipping from Calgary to Medicine Hat and back (about 300 km each way).
Front Bumper: $175
Two rear bumpers: $110
Four "bumperettes": $140
Polish the valve cover: $65 (looks GREAT, just ask John McInnis)
Polish the thermostat housing: $20
So, all in, it cost me $510 plus GST. And remember, no Provincial Sales Tax here in the land of the free!