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These are the 5 headlines you should read this morning – CTV News

Jan. 25, 2024

The lone survivor in a plane crash in the Northwest Territories is taken to hospital, toxic drug deaths in British Columbia reach a new record and how a Newfoundland man’s search for the best fish and chips went viral. Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

1. One survivor in N.W.T. plane crash: People in a tight-knit Northwest Territories town were in mourning as investigators began to probe a plane crash(opens in a new tab) that killed six people, including two crew members and four passengers headed for work at a diamond mine. A lone survivor was taken to hospital.

2. Hockey sex assault charges: Police in London, Ont., are not confirming a report that five members of Canada’s 2018 world junior hockey team(opens in a new tab) have been told to surrender to authorities to face charges of sexual assault.

3. ‘Maybe we should have a discussion’: As the federal Liberal caucus convened in Ottawa for its back-to-the-Hill strategy meeting, questions are swirling again around how Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s MPs are feeling about his continued leadership(opens in a new tab).

4. B.C. drug deaths record: Toxic drugs in B.C. killed more people than ever before in 2023, with 2,511 deaths reported(opens in a new tab).

5. Real estate head accused of arson: Christophe Folla, the co-founder and former president of real estate company Sutton Québec, was arrested Wednesday in connection with alleged arson attacks(opens in a new tab) against his competitors.

Read More: https://www.ctvnews.ca/5-things/these-are-the-5-headlines-you-should-read-this-morning-1.6741282

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