#1 — CNews | Alberta privacy commish blasts clinic that lost 620,000 patients’ files
EDMONTON — Alberta’s privacy commissioner has ruled that a network of health clinics violated the Health Information Act by failing to safeguard the personal health data of over 620,000 Albertans that was contained on a laptop stolen last September.
#2 — CTV | Broadcasters to be required to transmit emergency alerts: CRTC
New safety rules will require broadcasters to transmit warnings during emergency situations, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission announced Friday.
#3 — Globe | Premiers endorse climate change plan
Ontario and Quebec have seized the leadership of a long-promised Canadian energy strategy, shifting the focus to climate change and clean energy from the pipeline agenda.
#4 — Postmedia | Harper picks new top advisers for committee on public service
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has picked a former senator and a top banking executive to head his blue-chip advisory committee on managing and modernizing Canada’s public service.
#5 — Sun | Canada says Russian sanctions working, won’t tip hand on possible further military help
OTTAWA – Despite ramping up its rhetoric against Russia and its actions in Ukraine, the Canadian government has been less zealous when it comes to increasing military aid to the country.
#6 — BBC | Lesotho ‘coup’ forces PM Thabane to South Africa
The prime minister of the southern African kingdom of Lesotho has fled to South Africa, alleging a coup by the army and saying his life is in danger.
#7 — CNS | Huckabee to Arabs: ‘Get Out of Your Palaces…and Stop This Nonsense Yourself’
(CNSNews.com) – It’s “all fine and good” that Arab League nations are giving minimal support to the effort to stop ISIS/ISIL, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee told Fox News on Thursday.
But they need to do much more than give money:
#8 — Fox | New challenge for HealthCare.gov: Tax forms
The federal agency that had trouble launching a health insurance website last fall has a massive new project. Any glitches on this one could delay tax refunds for many Americans.
#9 — DM | Back on the bombing run (great pictures)
For the 55,000 brave aircrew who lost their lives in the Second World War, it would have been their final view of England, soaring high above the North Lincolnshire countryside.
In tribute, one of the world’s last two airworthy Lancasters takes the same route over Bomber Country – where some 389,000 sorties were flown by Bomber Command between 1939 and 1945.
#10 — WT | Jeh Johnson: No imminent threat against the U.S., despite Britain’s ‘severe’ alert
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said there was no imminent threat against the U.S., despite Britain’s decision to raise their terrorism alert level Friday.
WT | Feds issue bulletin on ‘imminent’ attack at U.S. border; Islamic State in Mexico