What areas of canadina politics do u think aren't discussed enough/discussed incompletely?
canada’s role in imperialism as one of the primary hosts of mining/resource extraction companies worldwide, driving people in south america, africa, and greece from their land, murdering people who resist, and devastating the environment and communities. additionally the way these companies are supported by the canadian state, and how the super-profits these companies bring back to canada provide the ‘prosperity’ and ‘wealth’ many canadians think prove our economic system is superior to those countries we ravage and exploit.
gentrification and urban land development, specifically the details of how cities restructure and redevelop for capital accumulation through planning, rather than the framework that sees gentrification as almost this organic process based on wealthy, white people flowing into neighbourhoods causing changes
i think there are plenty of issues, like resource-extraction on indigenous territory, or the canadian border system, that get discussed plenty, but even the progressive framing on them often fails to discuss it in a way that understands how corrupt and rotten the canadian state is and how the colonial state and borders are the root problem, rather than institutions temporarily behaving badly.