It’s great work. While my post-modern sensibilities can “see” the USA/Canada perspective, you’re VERY CLEAR about this perspective throughout your materials. You neither have a tone of apology nor bragging, simply “matter-of-fact”.
I love the inclusions of stereotypes vs realities.
As a boy I was keenly aware of stereotyping in my history classes and I could tell when a text or teacher was prejudicial or a good teacher or text. My time frame for school was the whole 1980s.
Sixth grade history book had blond hair, blue-eyed, clean-shaven cavemen.
An 8th grade teacher referred to North American Indians as “lazy” vs South American indians – and wasn’t the only teacher to do so.
From what I’ve seen, you have avoided such very specific American traps while also maintaining a perspective which works throughout North America and its value system.
I think your writing on the land of immigrants and your approach sold me. Difficult topic to stay balanced on particularly in few words but I’d say that you did so.