…But the news media should learn how to write.
And yes I looked at the article, and no, it does not refer to the Charter of Rights, and if it did, it would still be wrong to call it “unchartered.” Here’s a source.
And then there’s the old issue of begging the question. Approximately 99.99% of the times you hear this used, it’s used wrongly. It’s not, in other words, begging the question. It’s RAISING the question. This for example is not begging a question, important or otherwise:
I’ve gone over this any number of times, but here’s a link explaining it.
- Liberal Party’s Globe and Mail division reports on China’s Canada division - Wednesday January 26, 2022 at 12:16 pm
- Foobars Just Tasty? - Tuesday January 25, 2022 at 1:55 pm
- Here’s how useless (or worse) the state-owned CBC is - Tuesday January 25, 2022 at 8:57 am