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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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.
'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.
Residents of Vancouver assisted-living facility feeling trapped by weather
People with disabilities at one Vancouver care facility say they're feeling trapped in their homes.
Brace yourselves: more snow is on the way
"Mixed bag" of weather expected over next couple of days, as higher elevations will continue to see snow while low-lying areas will see some rain.
Vancouver eyes property tax hike to fight overdose crisis
Vancouver city council is divided over the suggestion of charging homeowners an extra 0.5% in property tax to pay for more resources to combat the fentanyl crisis.
'Digital protest': Trump Towers renamed 'Dump Tower' on Google Maps
For a short time the Trump Towers had a new name in Vancouver, B.C., and Manhattan, N.Y.
Ski hills open after big snow dump this week
Some of Metro Vancouver's major ski operations are in full swing thanks to a particularly snowy week
Multi-million-dollar autism centre opens in Richmond
The 60,000 square-foot centre claims to be the first of its kind in North America and is a one-stop shop for families looking for support.
Canada's declining target for refugees 'doesn't add up' for immigration advocate
A man who helped thousands of Syrian refugees resettle in B.C. says he's disappointed Canada plans to accept fewer refugees next year.
Richmond asks public to help end organics odour problem
Officials with Harvest Power's composting facility says the company will comply with new odour control measures, but the City of Richmond is asking the public to call them out if they don't.