Jokowi also invited Canadian businessmen to invest in Indonesia particularly in the field of agriculture, technology and infrastructure, during their first bilateral meeting held on the sidelines of the G20 Summit, here, Sunday.
He explained that the Indonesian government has issued a number of economic policy packages to improve investment climate in the country.
The president hoped that Canadian businessmen could take advantage from business opportunities in Indonesia.
The two leaders have seen that cooperation in trade and investment between the two countries is wide open.
The trade balance between Indonesia and Canada reached US$2.6 billion US dollars in 2014.
On global issues, the two leaders discussed efforts to intensify cooperation in the climate change and the fight against transnational crimes.
Jokowi said Indonesia hopes that the 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP-21 UNFCCC) to be held in Paris later this month could yield a new international deal on the climate change.
He hoped Canada would follow Indonesia in increasing commitment to reduce the gas emission rate.
Indonesia has committed to cutting the greenhouse gas emission growth by 29 percent by 2030, or 41 percent with international assistance.
The two leaders also agreed to intensify cooperation in the efficient and renewable energy as well as peatland management.
Concerning transnational organized crime, both leaders agreed to focus on cooperation in eradication of terrorism, Illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing, and illicit drug trafficking.
Jokowi and Trudeau also conveyed condolences over the terror attacks in Paris.
They agreed to increase cooperation in the promotion of human rights, democracy and interfaith dialogue.(WDY)