No, I am just saying that there are other factors here than just "this does not equal that" so it must be injustice.
It's just more race baiting bullshit that I'm sad to see you fall for.
Mississauga has 87% Canadian Citizens. 57% of the population are visible minorities and coincidentally 53% are immigrants. (74% which are from Asia). More than half (56%) of Mississauga's population are first generation Canadians.
So what you really have here is more than half of your population are either immigrants or children of those immigrants. You know it does take some time to adjust and build a strong foothold here, especially if English isn't your first language. It's reasonable to expect that these immigrants would be more concerned with getting a job, raising their family and adjusting to life in Canada rather than taking the risk and running for office. It would be great if more immigrants could run for city council but it is extremely difficult when you're new to a country and your family hasn't been here for more than a generation. You dont just move to a new country and run for city council right away.
In reality, this will even itself out as Mississauga consists of more 2nd and 3rd generation Canadians that are still visible minorities. These things take time.