Extreme windchill values on Wednesday will not going to stop the likes of Police Chief Evan Bray or Fire Chief Ernie Polsom from taking the plunge into ice cold water.
They are just a couple of the influential people braving the cold weather and water this afternoon for a great cause.
Special Olympics Saskatchewan will be holding their inaugural Polar Plunge at 11:30 Wednesday from City Square Plaza.
Money raised is going to help athletics with intellectual disabilities around the province.
Faye Matt C-E-O of Special Olympics Saskatchewan says they have already raised a considerable amount of money going into the day.
The most-successful fund-raising team and individual will receive the Golden Plunger award, the Polar Bear award will go to the best costume.