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100th anniversary

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  1. SAQ employees and musicians celebrating the arrival of nouveau wines.
    Profiles

    Jean Caron: An SAQ pioneer

    Have you ever wondered how the SAQ became a wine and spirits retailer with so many products from all around the planet?

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  2. sylvestre, wine, Gabriel Boussion, 100th
    Interviews

    Agencies and the SAQ: 100 years of partnership

    Import agencies play a crucial role in the supply of wines and spirits in Quebec. As the SAQ celebrates its 100th anniversary, it wishes to recognize the work of four agencies with which it has worked for many years.

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  3. Volunteers in a Food bank
    Interviews

    Martin Lévesque: A man with a big heart

    Why volunteer? It’s a question that our busy lives make hard not to ask… Yet when we talk to actual volunteers, the answer is always the same: “Volunteering does me a world of good, and I feel like I’m making a difference in the lives of others.” Not surprisingly, scientific studies show that volunteering rewards people with a sense of accomplishment and well-being.

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  4. Jacqueline and Alain Cloutier SAQ history
    Interviews

    Cloutier family: Product passion from mom to son

    From cashier to manager, Jacqueline Cloutier discovered a love for wine that she passed on to her son through good bottles and travel. Today, her grandson takes on the family torch as an expert in spirits. Portrait of a passionate family.

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  5. di stasio, hospitality, wine
    Interviews

    The art of entertaining with Josée di Stasio

    It's in our nature to share life's happy moments with our loved ones; we asked Josée di Stasio for her tips on how to welcome friends and family at home.

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  6. Laurent Turqout
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    100 years of history told by Laurent Turcot

    Historian and columnist Laurent Turcot tells all about 100 years of the SAQ through a web series of four videos. Watch all of them with a glass of your favourite cuvée.

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  7. Ambiance vin
    Profiles

    The 2000s: Celebrating our terroir

    With the discovery of New World wines, the locavore movement, and the emergence of technological tools giving access to a ton of local and international products, the new millennium is filled with promise!

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  8. SAQ Signature, 1999, Cours-Mont-Royal
    Profiles

    The 1980s: The wine in our sails

    From new Beaujolais to exclusive Bordeaux and Port, wine was taking up more and more space at the SAQ, at a time when culture and the wine market all over the world were undergoing a complete transformation.

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  9. Vignes en ville project, SAQ
    Trends

    The SAQ of today, the SAQ of tomorrow

    A look at the trends that have marked this past year and those to come.

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  10. Ambiance, années 1960
    Profiles

    The 1960s: From the martini to the Singapore Sling, long live cocktails!

    As the Quiet Revolution was unfolding, a revolution in consumption habits seemed to be on the horizon, and the Régie des alcools had every intention of being a part of it.

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  11. The Zarife family, SAQ
    Interviews

    The Zarife family: 100 years of working for the SAQ

    To say that the SAQ is a part of the Zarife family would be an understatement. If you were to ask Emilia Zarife, she would say that the distribution centre on Tellier Street in Montréal’s east end is her second home.

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  12. Michel Leblanc, SAQ de Cap-aux-Meules
    Interviews

    Michel Leblanc: The SAQ, a second home

    Michel Leblanc has been working at the SAQ Cap-aux-Meules store for 42 years. Nothing gets by the store manager — one of 15 employees with the most seniority in the Crown corporation network.

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