game plan: The court has set dates that are earlier than any of the lawyers wanted, but the court had openings in its schedule, Cohen said in an interview, according to Vancouver Courier. We're going to have to expedite our preparation ... But that shouldn't get in the way of our game plan or our hope for success. Defence lawyer Lee Cohen entered the pleas for his two clients Wednesday in provincial court in Charlottetown.article continues below Trending Stories EXTREME BEAR ACTIVITY' forces closure of two Metro Vancouver trailsB.C. wineries need us to drink their wines to offset losses of wildfire seasonCTV Vancouver reveals its 'major refresh' as former anchor prepares to give her side of the story Is this the most distracted driver in B.C. Judge Nancy Orr decided that an eight-day trial will begin Nov. 30, with seven other days set aside in December. In May, the Canada Border Services Agency charged 60-year-old Ping Zhong with three counts of aiding and abetting misrepresentation under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. The siblings are alleged to have provided residential addresses to business immigrants seeking permanent residency, though the immigrants didn't really live on the Island as required under the province's immigration system. Five charges were laid against her 58-year-old brother, Yi Zhong. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.