YOu strongly typed your view with a model of type list. However you
pass a single class that contains two lists. Thus please correct the
@model directive of your view. Moreover, once you get data with linq,
before putting them in a VieModel transform them
otherwise they are IQueryables, and IQueryables may cause problems when put in a View.
About the two data....simple put them into two different html tables :) if this make sense in your application.
If you want to align them someway, displaying them on the same
htmlTable you have two merge couples of objects in the two lists into
single objects containing properties form both objects