Former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are in Toronto for a private audience at the Metro Convention Centre.
The former presidents, both 62, will spent 90 minutes discussing global and domestic challenges facing Canada and the U-S.
The event was private but we followed their conversation through Twitter updates. Take a look at some of the commentary:
@CBCNewsDesk: #Bush and #Clinton went for laughs in opening remarks, getting serious now with Afghanistan, Cuba, Darfur and Rwanda – KR #bcpto
@CBCNewsDesk: #Clinton defends #Bush on Darfur and "agonizing process" of building intl consensus, compares it to Bosnia – AD #bcpto
@CBCNewsDesk: On same sex: Bush doesn't agree with repeal of defence of marriage act, agreed with #Clinton's don't ask don't tell – AD #bcpto
See more Twitter updates at #bcpto
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