Mary Simon sworn in as Canada's first Indigenous governor general

Inuk leader Mary Simon made history Monday morning, as she was sworn in as Canada's 30th governor general -- the first Indigenous person to do so. Mike Le Couteur looks at Simon's career that led to this moment, and what it means for a country struggling with reconciliation.

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