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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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Recent Work by Kevin

COST OF LIVING: Why not raise the minimum wage?

COST OF LIVING: Why not raise the minimum wage?

Raise the floor to lift more out of poverty, say experts
St. Jean Baptiste Church rebuild begins in Morinville

St. Jean Baptiste Church rebuild begins in Morinville

Fences, site work to begin in July, with expected completion date in 2025
Food is too good to waste

Food is too good to waste

How to keep food out of the trash in Alberta and reduce pollution
Alberta statue of Father Lacombe vandalized

Alberta statue of Father Lacombe vandalized

RCMP are looking for suspects after vandalism of a statue in St. Albert of Catholic priest involved in establishing residential school system.
Rising cost of living keeping some seniors working beyond retirement years

Rising cost of living keeping some seniors working beyond retirement years

A June 2022 Angus Reid survey found about 54 per cent of Canadians 55 and older had delayed or planned to delay retirement because of the rising cost of living.
St. Albert students build electric race car at U of A

St. Albert students build electric race car at U of A

UA-24 electric car built at the University of Alberta should do 0-100 km/h in 4.1 seconds
PHOTOS: Reporter catches birds nesting this spring

PHOTOS: Reporter catches birds nesting this spring

Birds in Northern Alberta are building homes now for future babies
Indigenous chefs share food from the land — and the heart

Indigenous chefs share food from the land — and the heart

Recipes showcase traditional ingredients, methods
Alberta firefighters raise $51,000 in a month for muscular dystrophy

Alberta firefighters raise $51,000 in a month for muscular dystrophy

Alberta firefighters fundraised most money for muscular dystrophy across the country.
Plant-based milk helps Alberta woman shrink carbon footprint

Plant-based milk helps Alberta woman shrink carbon footprint

Plant-based beverages greener, but can lack nutrition
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