I know MoneyBookers and eChecks are different. I misunderstood your "I want to withdraw to my bank, is there a certain amount of time it takes to receive the funds in my bank or is it instant?" question as referring to eChecks as an alternative to MB.
Yes, FT does have eChecks. They actually call it Bank Transfer now but it's the same thing -- free electronic deposits/withdrawals straight from/to a bank account. Exactly like eCheck, which I believe is just a trade name from a specific payment processor for the same service. I've used it several times, for both deposits and withdrawals, over the years. And it still shows as a withdrawal option for me, along with Bank Wire, UseMyWallet, and paper check.
With you being in Canada
, perhaps they don't offer it *there*. I do know they offer different options to different people, for a variety of reasons, location being one of them.