CBC - Top Stories Canada still studying U.S., U.K. bans on in-flight electronics 2017-03-28T01:05:15.000000Z Canadian security experts are waiting to see whether Canada goes along with the U.S. and U.K. and bars certain airline passengers from carrying any electronic device larger than a smartphone in their carry-on luggage. The National LIVE 2017-03-28T01:00:00.000000Z Welcome to the National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News, hosted by Peter Mansbridge. Bizarre breastfeeding column is a viral gift for Michael Chong. He might as well own it: Robyn Urback 2017-03-27T23:51:33.000000Z Conservative leadership candidate Michael Chong has struck viral gold not once, but twice during his otherwise achingly mundane campaign. Sinixt First Nation not extinct after all, court rules 2017-03-27T22:55:14.000000Z The Sinixt was pushed off the Canadian portion of its traditional territory by settlers and miners. The court heard the First Nation was declared extinct for the purposes of the Indian Act in 1956. For Mark McMorris, risk of backcountry snowboarding is part of the sport 2017-03-27T22:13:41.000000Z For many of the world's best snowboarders, a ride in the backcountry is a return to the sport's roots. Senator Lynn Beyak says she doesn't need 'any more education' on residential schools 2017-03-27T19:43:16.000000Z Senator Lynn Beyak says she doesn't need any more education about the horrors of the residential school system because she "suffered" alongside Indigenous people who were sent to the institutions. Orphaned Calgary children 'tortured' by aunt and uncle with needles and lighters, Crown tells trial 2017-03-27T18:56:42.000000Z Three orphaned Calgary children who were forced to drink their own vomit and "tortured" with needles, lighters and barbecue forks will testify at an assault trial for their aunt and uncle, according to the prosecution. 'Unprecedented' dinosaur tracks found in Australia's Jurassic Park 2017-03-27T18:53:29.000000Z Scientists have found 21 different types of dinosaur tracks in an area rich with dinosaur findings. Maxime Bernier says he'd deploy military to stop illegal border crossings 2017-03-27T18:38:29.000000Z Conservative leadership candidate Maxime Bernier says he would give RCMP and border agents more resources to help address the flow of migrants crossing the U.S.-Canada border — and if that doesn't work, he'd consider temporary measures that include deploying the military to the border. Marijuana legalization could leave provinces responsible for pot rules 2017-03-27T18:04:19.000000Z Federal government ministers are keeping mum on the details of the Liberals' marijuana legalization plan, as provinces consider the legislative and regulatory burden that will fall to them when pot is legalized.