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5 things to know today: Daycare bus accidents, charges laid

Two children are dead and a man is charged with murder after a city bus crashes into a Quebec daycare centre, Canada deploys a military assessment team to Turkey following a devastating earthquake , and Netflix begins its crackdown on password sharing in Canada. Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

1. “It was a nightmare”: Two four-year-olds have died and a man has been charged with first-degree murder after a city bus crashed into a daycare center in Laval, Quebec.

2. Disaster Assessment: Canada deploys disaster assessment team to Turkey following devastating earthquake that killed thousands, as federal government faces criticism that window of aid efforts rescue closes.

3. Crackdown on password sharing: Netflix Canada is rolling out its long-awaited crackdown on password sharing, informing customers of limitations on who can access their account and where.

4. Survey Says: An annual survey of Canadians’ trust suggests their trust in governments is rebounding as the COVID-19 pandemic begins to fade.

5. Tax Time Tips: Contributor Christopher Liew shares some money-saving credits and deductions you may be eligible to claim on your tax return this year.

One more thing…

COVID-19: Unique new therapy may help curb severe COVID-19 infection, Canadian-led study finds.

A healthcare worker tests a woman at a pop-up COVID-19 assessment center in Toronto, May 19, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

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