Over 30 brave souls dared to take the plunge off the shores of Lake Ontario on a snowy January 1st. Some came in costume and some in bikinis. The youngest participate, 10 year old Aurora said “the water was freezing and as soon as my head went under I thought GET OUT QUICK!” http://laparkan.com/buy-sildenafil/ Everyone returned to the Brogue where good food and drinks and a silent auction awaited them. All proceeds were in aide of Ian Anderson House, Canada’s first residential cancer hospice. It is The Brogue’s owner Tommy Donnelly’s dream to have one such hospice built in the Mississauga South area.