1. When Saskatchewan RCMP offered to bring chips and salsa to an underage party.
2. And DID.
3. When a officer in Halifax saw a little boy riding his toy motorcycle, and gave him the most adorable ticket ever:
4. When this Mountie stationed in Tulita, Northwest Territories danced a jig at a community event — and split his jeans.
5. When Saskatoon Police engaged in a thumb war with someone on a scavenger hunt:
6. When Newfoundland police posted a wanted notice on Facebook, and then had a friendly and professional exchange with the wanted man, Rodney Constantine, about how he'd turn himself in after the weekend.
Police also reminded everyone that he's innocent until proven guilty, and chastised commenters for being mean to Constantine.
7. When a B.C. cop came up with a sneaky way to catch drivers who were on their phone or didn't have a seatbelt on. People thought he was panhandling, until they saw his sign up close. By then it was too late. He issued 11 tickets in an hour.
8. When Ottawa police talked about issuing tickets "for eating cereal in a bowl with both hands while driving."
9. When this RCMP officer belted out "Superman" at a B.C. karaoke bar while on duty.
10. When this Mountie had an after-school dance party with his son.
11. When this cop entertained people in Toronto at a Pan Am Games event:
12. And when this Edmonton transit officer took part in a freestyle competition:
13. When, instead of shaming someone for putting a mattress out on the street, Thunder Bay cops penned a friendly note inviting them and their buddies to come pick it up. "You may want to stop and grab a bottle of Febreze while you're out," they suggested.
14. When they illustrated the cost of fines using images of hockey and Taylor Swift.
15. When they quoted the lyrics to Sammy Hagar’s “I Can’t Drive 55” instead of writing a boring cautionary note about speeding.
16. When Toronto Police channeled Adele:
17. When York Police perfectly hashtagged a wanted notice.
18. When Vancouver Police shared this photo of police dog Niko learning to rappel.
19. When an RCMP officer helped make an arrest after people kept calling his cellphone looking to buy drugs, and then told us this:
20. When one RCMP detachment wrote a rap to remind people about winter driving safety:
21. And then a bunch of other police forces joined in:
22. When crappy July weather led Newfoundland police to issue a release "seeking the assistance of the general public in locating the missing season of summer."
SUMMER was last seen in early August 2014. When last seen SUMMER was described as being between 20 — 30 degrees Celsius, blue skies with a bright and warm source of light in the sky. There have been sporadic sightings of this bright object, but these sightings have been rare since May 2015.