The Prime Minister's Office says the leaders will use next Thursday's meeting to talk about the ratification of the new North American trade agreement and outstanding trade disputes between Canada and the United States.
Canada has only a short time window to pass its implementation bill into law before Parliament rises for the summer, and before the federal election campaign begins.
That's unlikely to help Canada's cause, which looks even more hard after Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang said Thursday that "the current setback China-Canada relations face are entirely caused by the Canadian side itself".
The Liberal government has rallied its allies to drum up support for Canada in its diplomatic row with China.
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While Trudeau and Trump have crossed paths at various global events in the last year, and had several telephone conversations, this will be their first substantive meeting since the USA president insulted the prime minister a little over a year ago after departing the G7 in Quebec.
International Minister Chrystia Freeland truly helpful CBC Radio last month she also sought a assembly at the side of her Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi, but was once unsuccessful. She was arrested December 1 at the request of USA authorities who want her to face fraud charges in the U.S.
"The replacement to dangle interaction with the Chinese language president straight away is definitely one thing that we are having a quiz at", Trudeau said June 6, citing the G20 Summit in Osaka, Japan later this month.
"When it comes to Ms Meng there has been no political interference. and that is the right way for extradition requests to proceed", Freeland told a televised news conference in Washington.