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100th anniversary

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  1. Martin Picard, chef and owner of Au Pied de Cochon restaurant
    Interviews

    Martin Picard looks back at the 2000s

    On the cusp of a new millennium, all the stars were aligned for a shift to occur in the world of gastronomy. Martin Picard played a big part in this transformation with his Au Pied de Cochon restaurant.

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  2. Marc Messier, actor
    Interviews

    A look back on the 90s with Marc Messier

    From theatre to cinema to the small screen, Marc Messier took on numerous memorable roles in the 80s and 90s. The actor has a thirst for celebrating and an appetite for good food, both of which he indulges in while filming!

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  3. Catherine Dagenais, President and CEO
    Interviews

    A century of sharing

    Catherine Dagenais, President and CEO of the SAQ, proudly evaluates the past year and presents her strategy for the future.

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  4. Commission des liqueurs
    Profiles

    The prohibition years

    At the end of the 19th century, a temperance movement was born in the United States, in Canada, and even here in Québec. It was a very simple idea: limit, if not abolish, the sale and consumption of alcohol.

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  5. Patrice Plante, Monsieur Cocktail
    Interviews

    Monsieur Cocktail presents the Centennial!

    In celebration of the SAQ’s 100th, the prolific and talented mixologist Patrice Plante, Monsieur Cocktail, created a festive cocktail that’s 100% local!

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  6. métiers, production de vin
    Profiles

    Who makes wine? A look at the mysterious winemaking professions

    Winemakers do not work alone. There’s a whole slew of professions involved in the wine business. Here are a few that might not necessarily immediately come to mind…

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  7. Christian Barthomeuf
    Interviews

    Christian Barthomeuf

    Interview with the viticulture pioneer of Québec. Christian Barthomeuf could have been a photographer, mechanic, producer, or even a goose breeder.

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  8. Commission des liqueurs
    Profiles

    The creation of the Commission des liqueurs

    The alcoholic beverage market has changed a lot since the contraband era, which was ruled by the likes of Al Capone and cie. In Québec, these changes are in large part due to the creation of the Commission des liqueurs.

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  9. Michelle Labrèche-Larouche
    Interviews

    Interview with Michelle Labrèche-Larouche

    The 1960s and 70s were very fertile for Michelle Labrèche-Larouche, and we don’t just mean in her love life! The 82-year-old, who wrote about the 40 men in her life, takes a look back at those rampant years.

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  10. history between women and alcohol in Quebec
    Profiles

    100 years of history between women and alcohol in Quebec

    History reveals that the relationship between women and alcohol had quite its ups and downs. Let’s go back in time and take a closer look at this evolution!

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  11. Caribou recipe
    Profiles

    The origins of the caribou

    Here in Québec, the caribou isn’t just the animal adorning our 25-cent pieces; it’s also (and most importantly!) carnival-goers’ beverage of choice.

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