I don't know if you asked for a phone call or if the site is pushing it as an additional service, but I don't do calls. This is a US based site and isn't a law firm.
Property division is complicated. When the parties are married, they split the increase in the value of their joint wealth while together. Some things are excluded from division, and the matrimonial home's equity is divisible equally too.
There's a lot of exclusions, rules, case law, etc..
Regarding your question, don't assume that your lawyer is doing a bad job just because you owe your ex a share of the pension. That's how it works, and the best lawyer in Canada can't change that. But don't assume that you're going to get the shaft either; the value of those properties you mentioned hasn't been added in yet.
It's easy to get estimates for property value. Either get a few agents to do a drive by and take the average, or pay a few bucks for a fulsome report from a property valuation professional. I recommend the latter.
So why do you think that your lawyer is not doing a good job? You're free to change lawyers of course, but I don't recommend that unless you feel like you have to.