The Buddhist-majority Myanmar government concentrated the Muslims in Rakhine state which have only a population of 1 million.
In a news conference on Wednesday, he admitted that the military operation against Rohingyas was ethnic cleansing.
During their phone call, Mr. Trudeau expressed "deep concerns" to Ms. Suu Kyi, Myanmar's de facto leader over the treatment of Rohingya, according to a statement from the Prime Minister's Office. "These are very vulnerable people who have crossed the border, who've, as we said, are hungry and are malnourished and deserve to be helped", he said.
USA ambassador Nikki Haley tweeted that message Wednesday, writing, "We thank Bangladesh for hosting hundreds of thousands of refugees, fleeing violence, with nowhere to go".
Facing growing condemnation globally, Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi will not attend UN General Assembly meetings September 19-25 to instead deal with what the government said were domestic security issues.
He also reiterated his call for the government to grant the Rohingyas nationality or at least legal status so they can get jobs, education and health care.
The protesters, who gathered after Friday prayers at the Aishbagh Eidgah mosque in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh state, used strong language on placards, including "United Nations should boycott the Myanmar government" and "Those putting Hindus and Muslims of Rohingya to torture are terrorists", according to The Time of India.
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The ministry said Myanmar's "provocations" could lead to "unwarranted consequences".
It added that two children and one woman were injured in a stampede during an unauthorized clothing distribution on the road in Balukhali Pan Bazar area of Ukhia.
Britain's UN Ambassador Matthew Rycroft said the council's press statement, following closed-door consultations, was the first statement the UN's most powerful body has made in nine years on the situation in Burma. "The humanitarian situation is catastrophic", he said.
The violence in Rakhine and the exodus of refugees is the most pressing problem Suu Kyi has faced since becoming national leader past year.
Htay later announced Suu Kyi would give a "state of the union" speech next Tuesday in which she would address the Rohingya crisis fully.
This came after renewed violence in the Rakhine state, which occurred between security forces and Rohingya militants after the latter staged raids on police posts.
On Monday, UN human rights chief Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein described the attacks against the Rohingya as a "textbook example of ethnic cleansing".