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Canadian curlers taking the Ice Bucket Challenge

Canada’s elite curlers are shivering for a good cause these days.

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Kaitlyn Lawes takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge during the Trillium summer curling camp.

Various members of the 2014-15 National Team Program are posting videos of themselves getting doused in ice and water as part of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

Brad Jacobs cools off while on vacation in the Caribbean.

Brad Jacobs cools off while on vacation in the Caribbean.

The campaign has gone viral to help raise both awareness of, and funds to help fight, amytrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease.

As part of the Ice Bucket Challenge, the curlers have been posting videos of themselves getting soaked, and then issuing challenges to others to either perform the same act within 24 hours or make a donation.

Marc Kennedy gets wet, courtesy of his daughter.

Marc Kennedy gets wet, courtesy of his daughter.

Keep checking the Canadian Curling Association’s Facebook page for these videos and more of curlers taking on the Ice Bucket Challenge!