At the 9th Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau vowed to allocate another $26.9 million toward migration and protection-related projects in the Western Hemisphere and North America, as well as his country’s preparedness to accept an additional 4,000 refugees from those two regions by 2028. Canada also offered assistance to Venezuelan refugees and financial aid to combat human trafficking during the summit. Trudeau also announced additional measures to address the irregular migration problem, including support for the Los Angeles Declaration on Migration and Protection, efforts to increase francophone immigration awareness in the workplace, and the arrival of more than 50,000 agricultural workers from Mexico, Guatemala, and the Caribbean.