If Scheer’s elected in October, it will be another sign politics has taken a radical turn, and not for the best

As events south of the border have shown, the downside of negative partisanship is the short trip voters often take from the frying pan into the fire.

According to some of the polling, federal Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer may be the next prime minister of Canada after this October’s election and that’s not good for the country’s future challenges, argues Michael Harris.