For our Geo Quiz we're looking for a good place to ring in the new year tonight.
In Times Square you're sure to catch a glimpse of the big ball dropping at the stroke of midnight.
In Rio de Janeiro, crowds flock to beaches to see fireworks explode in the Brazilian night sky.
In some places, revelers get the new year started by taking a chilly swim.
So we're searching for where the largest such polar bear swim takes place.
It's a chilly Canadian bay that looks out onto the Strait of Georgia...and beyond that the Pacific.
Freighter ships head this way to off load cargoes bound for Canada.
Water temperatures down around 40 degrees....are no problem for the thousands who join in :
"The big gong goes and everybody goes running toward the water some people will just jump in and jump right out, some people spend a little longer out there just sort of frolic around, other people run onto the beach grab their gear and go and take a hot tub somewhere."
So where does this mad dash into the cold water take place...that's the question.
Think it over, the answer's coming up.