When the Royal Canadian Mountain Police caught wind of a party for underage frosh (Canadian for "freshman"), they used good humour* and the possibility of snacks to educate them on the possible consequences. (*Note: out of respect for Saskatchewan, this article will use the spelling that Canadians favour.)
The legal age in the province of Saskatchewan is 19 years old, so the partygoers could have been charged up to $1050 Canadian dollars for various underage drinking-related offenses.
Apparently, the party did in fact go on, and Facebook users on the Saskatchewan RCMP page confirmed that the cops indeed brought chips n salsa! Cool, eh?
The resourceful cops thankfully did not spend too much taxpayer money on age-appropriate party favours, bringing Doritos in bulk and McDonald's salsa packages.
Points to the Saskatchewan RCMP for responsible, delicious policing. America can learn a thing or two from her neighbours.