Kamil Karamali

@KamilKaramali

Kamil is a TV, radio and online reporter at CBC News. He also has a background in videography and documentary filmmaking. You can contact him at Kamil.Karamali@CBC.ca

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Mother makes desperate plea for return of foster son's missing regalia

Linda Cyrette says her foster son's regalia is custom-designed with a Canucks logo and took months to stitch together. She says he can't take part in First Nations dance competitions without the special outfit.

Bringing back the bids: Real estate agency hopes housing auctions take off in B.C.

Housing auctions are popular in many parts of the world, except for in B.C. Now one company is making a strong push to bring the sales strategy to the province, calling it a more transparent way to buy and sell homes.

Sentencing underway in botched burglary death of popular Surrey Realtor

In surveillance video shown in court, Khouri Green is seen trying to break into a home, getting into a fight with Colin Hill and then shooting the Surrey Realtor.

Ontario police probe sexual abuse allegations against former B.C. councillor's husband

Peel Regional Police say a criminal investigation began in Dec. 2016 into allegations that Sherri Thomson, daughter of former Village of Lions Bay councillor, was sexually abused by her stepfather.

West Vancouver population drop causes concern

A District of West Vancouver councillor says homeowners are looking to cash in by selling their houses — and there's a good chance the buyers won't live in the property.

'I feel free': Competitive wheelchair ballroom dancing a first in B.C.

Wheelchair ballroom dancing competitions held in parts of Canada and the world, but not in B.C. — until now

21-year-old man dead in targeted shooting in Richmond

Police found a man suffering from gunshot wounds in a black SUV. He later died of his injuries.
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A rare Vancouver experience: hundreds lace up to skate on Trout Lake

Hundreds of people started impromptu hockey games, skated laps and even sledded down some of the slopes surrounding Trout Lake.

'An epidemic': Flu outbreaks in 20 B.C. care facilities over holiday season

The B.C. Centre for Disease Control says an additional 20 outbreaks over the winter break means there have been a total of about 40 care facility flu outbreaks across the province.

Province's last leather dry cleaner can't be 'suede' to stay open

'Ace of Suedes' is shutting its doors for good after spending decades near Vancouver's Commercial Drive.

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