Take a cross-country Canadian excursion to visit the nation's biggest cities and best spots in nature. Over the course of 19 days, this rail experience puts the excitement of cities such as Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City alongside the beauty of the Canadian Rockies and the sheer majesty of Niagara Falls. You will have the opportunity to tour through these exciting destinations both on your own and with the help of guides. As you travel across the provinces, the colorful vistas change before your eyes; from big cities to small towns, from mountains to plains and from wide-open expanses to lush forests, your eyes will be delighted by every turn. Complete with opportunities to explore the country's culture and cuisine, comfortable Sleeper Plus accommodations aboard the Canadian and luxury Fairmont hotel accommodations, this rail tour makes traveling through Canada the experience of a lifetime. This itinerary is also available from Quebec City to Vancouver based on your travel preference.
Ting Kwok David Ho, 60, pleaded guilty on Thursday to the unlawful confinement of a woman at his home and possessing an unregistered loaded Glock semi-automatic pistol. He was also initially charged with possessing cocaine, but the charge was dropped as part of a plea agreement. The judge accepted and imposed that sentence, and banned Ho from possessing any weapons for 10 years. Crown prosecutor Elliot Poll, reading in court from an agreed statement of facts, said Ho contacted a woman over a Lava Life chat line and she agreed to have sex for money. He then drove her to his mansion in the block of Hudson Street, where they smoked cocaine in his bedroom, did some role-playing and had sex.
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WeChat is a texting service which Chinese international students in Vancouver use not only to chat, but to locate other users in public areas and trade food, cosmetics and toys. The WeChat scam reported to Ming Pao by one student in Richmond and two students in downtown Vancouver appears to be identical in its method and players to a WeChat sex-for-credit scam being reported in cities with large Chinese populations, including Singapore. He was directed to wait for his date in front of a Richmond convenience store. When he arrived and texted to his expected date, she told him to purchase an iTunes online shopping card inside the convenience store, claiming that to avoid police scrutiny a transfer of ITunes points would be safer than cash. I transfer more iTunes points if he wanted the girl to show up and give him sex.