Forget boring bottles of wine or lame restaurant coupons, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce is bragging that it has secured some of the hottest raffle prizes ever for a charity gala to be held this weekend. Their diamond ball - celebrating the chamber's 30th anniversary - this Saturday at the Conrad will benefit Orbis, and organisers Perveen Crawford and Bernard Pouliot (both below right, with performer Anders Nelsson) have nabbed some enviable booty. Among the loot is a two-night stay in Shanghai for six flying on a private Bombardier jet and a Fender guitar signed by Rolling Stones Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ron Wood. Also up for auction is a 2007 US Masters Pin Flag signed by Tiger Woods, a Pele-autographed 1960s jersey, a pair of boxing trunks signed by Muhammad Ali and a guitar signed by Eric Clapton, which is rare since the bluesman gives few autographs. All the items will be part of the live auction held on the night, but if you don't have tickets to the black-tie event, too bad as it has already sold out.