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

Dec. 14, 2023

Some members of Justin Trudeau’s Liberal caucus express differing opinions on Canada’s vote for a ceasefire in Gaza, the RCMP warns of a dangerous fentanyl mixture and Tesla recalls thousands of vehicles. Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

1. Israel-Hamas: Some MPs in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal caucus are expressing differing opinions on Canada voting(opens in a new tab) for “an immediate humanitarian ceasefire” at the UN.

2. Mexico: A Canadian man with a criminal record in his home country has been killed in a shooting at a mall in the Caribbean coast resort of Cancun(opens in a new tab), Mexican authorities said.

3. Aging: A shortage of health-care workers in Canada has left many seniors unable to secure a family doctor or book surgeries within a reasonable time frame, experts say. Read the second part(opens in a new tab) of a new series from

4. Fentanyl: Mounties are warning the public of a dangerous drug mixture including fentanyl(opens in a new tab) and an animal sedative that is circulating throughout southern Saskatchewan.

5. Recall: Tesla will recall 193,000 vehicles(opens in a new tab) in Canada to address concerns about safeguards for its driver assistance system after announcing a recall of more than two million vehicles for the issue in the United States.

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