Tensions flare over Ontario's plan to use notwithstanding clause to quash education strike

The Ontario government says it will use the notwithstanding clause of the Charter and Rights and Freedoms to stop thousands of school workers, including educators, librarians, and custodians, from going on strike. Colin D'Mello explains how a months-long labour dispute reached this boiling point, as critics and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau say the province's plan goes too far.