Trudeau, 46, was leaving the Reagan Presidential Library where he had given a speech when a vehicle turned left in front of his motorcade on Friday, ABC News reported.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau subtly urged U.S. President Donald Trump Friday night to not tear down a decades old trade relationship in the name of "winning", cautioning against a rush to build walls between their two countries. Mr. Garcetti said the officer suffered a broken clavicle and was expected to recover.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said his government intends to press ahead with a review of a deal to sell 16 military helicopters to the Philippines, even as the country's president vowed to scrap the purchase because of conditions on how the equipment could be used.
Trudeau is on a three-day trip to the U.S. to discuss economic and political ties between the two countries.
"That emphasis that we are working together for the betterment of our citizens is a message that does continue and does resonate", he said.
But a vehicle made a left turn and the two collided in the intersection.
Simi Valley is about 40 miles from Los Angeles.
"It's very important for us in this moment, when there is so much supposed division in the world to reinsure that there is friendship and strength", Garcetti said.
"I know our journalistic friends sometimes cast our administrations as unlikely to see eye-to-eye on anything", Trudeau said. They chatted with other hikers and posed for a "selfie" with one group.
Trudeau said negotiators have already agreed on three chapters - rules around competition, small and medium-sized enterprises and anti-corruption measures.
Days ago, reminding Donald Trump about a possible effect, Trudeau at the University of Chicago, has said the fall of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) will hurt the middle class of the United States, media reports said.
And he agrees with Trump that too many people have been left behind, and more needs to be done to share the benefits.
Trudeau was in San Francisco Thursday, where he picked up promises of investments and jobs during his first official visit to the city.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff announced the online business software company will invest another $2 billion in its Canadian operations.
Trudeau offered a counterpoint to Trump's threats to pull out of NAFTA, and promoted Canada as a destination for California tech companies uneasy with the president's immigration policies.