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They meet once a week or once every two weeks, she said, adding that some of their dates have been private but many are in public."There's places we can go that, like, a 24-year-old guy can't afford," she said in an interview."It's just nice to be treated to something different and to feel like you're a princess."CBC News has agreed to identify the woman as Kelly — not her real name — and not show her face.For unlimited access to the best local, national, and international news and much more, try an All Access Digital subscription: Thank you for supporting the journalism that our community needs! Because you read so much, we recommend an All Access Digital Membership: Not ready to commit? We have you covered with our no-risk and commitment-free Read Now Pay Later membership.Simply add a form of payment and pay only 27¢ for any article you read.The company offers free premium memberships to members who can prove they are a student, while a "sugar daddy" pays a standard membership of about a month, she added.Marian Morry, a psychology professor at the University of Manitoba, said she was shocked to learn some students at the university are seeking sugar daddies."The fact that these are men claiming they have lots of money and willing to pay for a date — young women really do have to question what these men are about," she said.