Wednesday: Senate RCMP documents, Walmart donations, blizzard survivor, Kim Jong-Ummm...and more



The plot thickens in the Senate expenses scandal. New RCMP documents raise questions about how many people around the Prime Minister knew about a deal with Mike Duffy. 

Higher learning, to the highest bidder. A report suggests that some Canadian universities have traded academic freedom for corporate cash.

Out to pastor. When the Methodist church discovers that one of its ministers performed a wedding ceremony for his gay son, he's suspended from the pulpit.

Snow problem. A Northern Quebec man makes it home safely after being stranded without shelter in a blizzard for two days.

The good news is that there was a cheap source of canned food a few aisles over. Walmart employees in Ohio hold a food drive -- for themselves.

And when it comes to his mimicry skills, he's the dear leader.  An Australian man becomes a social media hit for his impersonation of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un.

As It Happens, the Wednesday edition. Radio that won't settle for a general impression -- when it can get the supreme commander.

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