Quebec elementary school teacher with hijab loses position over Bill 21

An elementary school teacher in western Quebec has been removed from the classroom and placed into another position because she wears a hijab. The school board insists it had no choice but to enforce Bill 21, the province's secularism law that bans the wearing of religious symbols by certain government employees while at work. As Gloria Henriquez reports, the situation has re-ignited debate over the controversial bill.