‘Gone To Canada’

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I think this is likely to become the new ‘in vogue’ celebrity euphemism.

Stuart Hall has ‘gone to Canada’ for 15 months, while Graham Ovenden avoided having to go to Canada. The Attorney General is now reviewing their ‘holiday’ arrangements and it looks likely that both will spend more time in Canada then they’d originally planned. This all follows the revelation that Jimmy Savile never went to Canada.

Bill Roache’s Coronation Street character has not appeared on screen since May and the absence will finally be explained on July 12 when his onscreen wife Deirdre tells her daughter Tracy he has gone to look after his grandson Adam Barlow in Canada, who is recovering after collapsing at work. Adam is the son of Ken’s late daughter Susan and his late love rival Mike Baldwin. “I reckon he just fancied a holiday,” says Tracy, before questioning whether Ken would ever go…

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