U2 Frontman Bono Meets Canadian Prime Minister to Talk Aid

Courtesy of RED
Bono records a special “limerick” for Mario Batali's RED campaign.

U2 frontman Bono has arrived in Ottawa for meetings with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, as well as opposition leaders.

Fresh off a show in Montreal, Bono has arrived to discuss foreign aid with politicians as well as several non-governmental organizations.

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Bono and Harper will discuss maternal and child health aid projects in Africa and elsewhere.

The Prime Minister's Office says the Irish singer and humanitarian activist requested the meeting.