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We need to think big on feminism; some murderers are worse than others; and stop trying to be Silicon Valley!

This week on The 180: sociologist Amanda Watson argues that, to reach true gender equality, we need to think big - like rebuilding cities; columnist Paula Simons says not all murderers are created equal; and an expert in innovation urges Canadian cities to stop trying to be Silicon Valley North.
A scene from the TV show "Silicon Valley." In addition to inspiring fiction, the legendary California tech hub sparks imitation from other cities, like Calgary and Vancouver. But should it? (John P. Johnson/HBO/The Associated Press)

This week on The 180: sociologist Amanda Watson argues that, to reach true gender equality, we need to think big - like rebuilding cities; columnist Paula Simons says not all murderers are created equal; and an expert in innovation urges Canadian cities to stop trying to be Silicon Valley North.

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