Postcards from the edge. Postal workers are inundating the Minister responsible for Canada Post with angry mail -- and a union rep tells us why he thinks the Crown corporation is really reducing its deliveries.
Making a federalist case out of it. Former Bloc Quebecois MP Maria Mourani left the party over its so-called "Charter of Values" -- and now she's announced she's leaving the ranks of the sovereigntists altogether.
They're headed to Sochi -- but they're not going straight there. You won't see President Obama at the opening ceremonies in Sochi -- but he's sending a message, by naming two prominent lesbian athletes to the U.S. delegation.
He spent more time with travel agents than secret agents. Nevertheless, an official with the Environmental Protection Agency spent some lazy, lucrative years pretending he was working for the CIA.
The unbearable darkness of being. While exploring caves in Ukraine, an American discovered evidence of a family that moved underground to escape the Nazis -- and tonight, we'll have an encore presentation of that story.
And...season's gratings. Tonight's holiday reading of a story by Pierre Berton addresses the problem of the demanding etiquette of Christmas cards -- a problem Canada Post is thoughtfully eliminating.
As It Happens, the Wednesday edition. Radio that's holding all the cards.