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Kevin Ma

Kevin Ma

Kevin Ma joined the St. Albert Gazette in 2006. He writes about Sturgeon County, education, the environment, agriculture, science and aboriginal affairs. He also contributes features, photographs and video.

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kma@stalbert.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Kevin

High-school cabinet maker takes gold at Skills nationals

High-school cabinet maker takes gold at Skills nationals

Northern Alberta high school student top cabinet maker at this years Skills Canada national competition.
Morinville RCMP seek missing youths

Morinville RCMP seek missing youths

Morinville police are seeking the public’s help to find two teenage girls who have gone missing from a Sturgeon County treatment centre.
Heat means less sleep: study

Heat means less sleep: study

Global heating could result in a significant amount of sleep loss for Canadians, a new study suggests.
Pope to visit Edmonton this summer to meet with Indigenous people

Pope to visit Edmonton this summer to meet with Indigenous people

The announcement comes a little more than a month after a delegation of 30 Canadians, including St. Albert’s Gary Gagnon, visited Francis in Vatican City.
Perennial crops could cut carbon, says U of A

Perennial crops could cut carbon, says U of A

Planting four hectares of a perennial grain offsets 35,000 litres of gasoline use, study finds.
German firm eyes Sturgeon County for 200-MW solar farm

German firm eyes Sturgeon County for 200-MW solar farm

A proposed solar farm in Northern Alberta could power 54,000 homes.
St. Albert veteran shoots, cycles, scores at Invictus Games

St. Albert veteran shoots, cycles, scores at Invictus Games

A Northern Alberta resident and military vet says competing at Invictus Games in the Netherlands was inspirational.
Cheap hydrogen from trash is possible, but pricey: expert

Cheap hydrogen from trash is possible, but pricey: expert

Edmonton could power buses with junk, a researcher said at the Canadian Hydrogen Convention being held this week in the capital city.
Cryptocurrency mines to be allowed in Sturgeon County, with rules

Cryptocurrency mines to be allowed in Sturgeon County, with rules

A Northern Alberta county has passed regulations that will allow cryptocurrency mining operations on gas plant sites. The notoriously noisy operations will need to be 1,500 metres from homes or have noise assessment and mitigation plans in place.
St. Albert students call astronaut in space

St. Albert students call astronaut in space

A group of high school students got the chance to spend 10 minutes talking with a working Canadian astronaut aboard the International Space Station.