TORONTO - Former U.S. president Bill Clinton returns to Canada this month to deliver a speech at the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto.

He will speak on Saturday, Aug. 29 at the 25,000-seat BMO Field on the topic of "Embracing Our Common Humanity." Clinton, who recently helped secure the release of two U.S. journalists from a North Korean prison, last visited Canada on May 29.

He took part in a friendly discussion on a range of topics with his successor at the White House, George W. Bush.

Tickets for Clinton's speech at BMO Field will be available at www.ticketmaster.ca or by calling (416) 870-8000.

The ticket prices have not yet been announced.