Two new Canadian Indigenous leaders to prioritize reconciliation

Reconciliation between Canadian society and the country's Indigenous communities is possible, say two new national Indigenous leaders. While they come at reconciliation with Canada's Indigenous people from two different vantage points -- one is the first female leader of the Assembly of First Nations and the other is the first Indigenous governor general, representing the British monarchy in Canada -- both are new to their roles and say reconciliation will be at the forefront of their efforts going forward.