Andrew Scheer may be the Conservative candidate for Prime Minister, but that doesn't mean that the party leader is all business. In fact, Andrew Scheer's Twitter account features plenty of relatable moments, ones that most Canadians can recognize as something they might even post on their own timeline.\nScheer may spend a lot of time campaigning right now, but he still makes time for his family, friends, and the occasional football game. He also takes the time to show that he is dedicated to causes close to his heart, tweeting out support and remembrance on solemn occasions.\nThe federal election is taking place on Oct. 21, and while there may be Canadians who don't agree with Scheer on the issues, these relatable tweets at least demonstrate that the candidate knows how to be a good father and how to have a bit of fun here and there.\nIt's easy for Canadians to forget that their political candidates are people too, and they are not always on the job, especially when it comes to hitting the campaign trail and sitting in Parliament. Andrew Scheer is no exception, and any one of these tweets could prove that he definitely knows how to settle down and get out of politician mode, even just for a little bit!\nMeeting Mr. Mugs\nFinally met a childhood hero, Mr. Mugs. pic.twitter.com/i9LIwciio7— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) September 16, 2019\nWho wouldn't be excited about meeting a dog, right? Especially one who is the star of several children's books. We have to admit that we would probably have big smiles on our faces, too.\nHaving a bite with friends\nStopped by the Crooked Cue for a bite in Etobicoke. pic.twitter.com/sOSalyTpqI— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) September 13, 2019\nAsk anybody and they'll tell you that just hanging around with some good friends and having a bite at the local pub is one of the greatest pleasures in life. Scheer seems to be enjoying it here!\nSolemnly remembering 9/11\nOn the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 attack, and on the National Day of Service, we pause to remember those who were lost, mourn with their loved ones, and honour those who defend our freedom. My statement: https://t.co/uk2Yw8ZVuo pic.twitter.com/CyLDuK3IAR— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) September 11, 2019\nIt's nice to see any federal candidate put politics aside and pay respects to the victims of 9/11. Scheer's message really seemed heartfelt and genuine.\nTweeting a message on World Suicide Prevention Day\nToday, I encourage all Canadians to join me in recognizing the lives taken from this world too soon by suicide, and in strengthening our resolve to do everything we can to prevent suicide in the future. #WSPD My statement: https://t.co/16Hp47PhdU pic.twitter.com/0okGN5RHQY— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) September 10, 2019\nThe same applies to this tweet, where Scheer is able to step out of campaign mode and send out a tweet about a real issue.\nHaving fun in a cowboy hat\nVisited @FestivalWestern with Bruno-Pier Courchesne. The 4000 person town of Saint-Tite attracts more than 600,000 visitors for this festival and I can see why. pic.twitter.com/10zd3HGYYj— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) September 8, 2019\nWhile there are people who would pass on the opportunity to wear a cowboy hat at any event, Andrew Scheer is not one of them. Here, he rocks the lid at Festival Western.\nShowing some love for Bianca Andreescu\nHistory is made 🇨🇦! Congratulations @Bandreescu_! You have done Canada proud once again. What a performance! #SheTheNorth pic.twitter.com/ptbfj2z1VK— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) September 7, 2019\nBianca Andreescu's historic U.S. Open victory was celebrated across the country, and Andrew Scheer was among those who took the opportunity to congratulate her on her amazing accomplishment.\nGetting the kids ready to go back to school\nThere’s nothing quite like the chaos of another school year upon us! Wishing all moms, dads, and kids a happy and safe first day of school. pic.twitter.com/UncV0antTp— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) September 3, 2019\nAndrew Scheer is a dad, and like any other dad, he had to help get his kids ready to head back to school.\nEnjoying a football game\nWhat a game! The Labour Day Classic is a favourite in our family. This year was even better, cheering on my brother-in-law @jonryan9 and the @sskroughriders. pic.twitter.com/evalqabD9U— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) September 2, 2019\nAndrew Scheer is a big sports fan, and he especially enjoys a good game of football. His brother-in-law even plays in the CFL!\nTaking the family out on the water\nMy family and I geared up and hit the open waters of the Atlantic Ocean this afternoon. My Prairie-born kids loved being able to fish for mackerel on a big “lake” with no land in sight. pic.twitter.com/g4bzJavrlr— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) August 17, 2019\nYou have to give your kids more than you had growing up. For Andrew Scheer, that means taking his kids (who have mostly lived in the prairies) out on the ocean.\nEnjoying some family time\nThe best time is always family time. pic.twitter.com/mcrVO5hzG1— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) August 16, 2019\nOf course, sometimes family time just means enjoying a beach day with the wife and kids.\nManning the grill at Caribana\n#TOCarnival was the place to be today! Celebrated 52 years of Caribbean culture, music, food and heritage at #Caribana. pic.twitter.com/i7Ep9AVWiC— Andrew Scheer (@AndrewScheer) August 3, 2019\nWhat would this list be without at least one photo of Andrew Scheer manning the grill? In this case, it was during a stop at Caribana.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.