Tires are recalled if made between June 2010 and June 2012 at the Nova Scotia plant. You should check your date codes, 4 digit code first two are the week and last two are the year. If you have a 2013 chassis you are probably ok. However since Model year production starts in April of the previous year, April 2013 for the 2014 models, you could have a 2012 chassis with the recalled tires.
The only recalls I have seen online for 2014s are for an awning issue and a Battery isolator issue both of which could be safety issues (awning opening unexpectedly or fire hazard). Unless the issue is a safety issue we the customer are not likely to hear about issues other than here. Sometimes silent recalls are issued to dealers so they are aware of potential issues and can respond more quickly if a customer complains.
Bottom line if your vehicle has a safety recall you should get a letter if you are the original owner. If bought used then maybe not. For the others check with your dealer.