Everybody loves to spend time in nature, breathing in the the fresh air. That's no different even for someone who's vying to be Prime Minister. Andrew Scheer's family loves the outdoors and they love sharing that with Canadians. 

The leader of the Conservative party likely spends a lot of time in his office or on Parliament Hill. But when he's with his family, Scheer loves to get outdoors and he's not shy about posting all their family adventures on social media. Even a quick look through Scheer's Instagram shows just how outdoorsy he and his family are. 

Scheer is married to Jill Ryan, the pair tied the knot in 2003, and they have five children together. Definitely a full house, maybe that's why they love getting outdoors so much!

Even though Scheer is involved with politics and has a very public life, they think they're pretty similar to everybody else.

"We're very normal, average Canadians," his wife told the CBC. "Five kids, I guess that's a bit exceptional but other than that we're down to earth."

Not only are they down to earth, but they also seem to love the earth too. The family does a lot of fun things in nature together. Scheer has shown himself fishing with his kids multiple times and it looks like a lot of fun. 

But it doesn't always have to be a specific outdoor activity like fishing, which seems to be one of their favourites. Sometimes they just hang out and enjoy nature together.

Like any other Canadian, Scheer also gets outside during the winter months. He and his family take part in classic winter activities like hockey and skiing. 

 

And they all spend time together outside even if it's related to Scheer's politics. In the summer of 2017, Scheer's family travelled with him on two political tours.  

We'll just have to wait and see if Scheer, his wife, and their kids will be running around the backyard of 24 Sussex Drive (the official Prime Minister's residence) soon. 


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