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Global National: August 17

Canadian veterans and politicians are outraged after a former soldier seeking treatment for post-traumatic stress was offered medical assistance in dying by a Veterans Affairs worker. The amplifying demands for an investigation. In Hawkesbury, Ontario, Dr. Brian Nadler, already accused in the death of an 89-year-old patient, is hit with three new murder charges. The latest accusations against him, and how he's responding. Extreme drought conditions are leaving parts of the U.S. parched. What could happen if states can't reduce water usage. Also, the new data on the languages Canadians are mainly speaking, and how this provides insight into the changing face of the country. Plus, why former Canadian newspaper editor Victor Ho has ended up on Hong Kong's most wanted list. And retail resurrection: how the Hudson's Bay Company is set to revive its discount department store Zellers.