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Sustainable development sponsorships

Cheers to a healthy planet

Because glass is at the core of our business, the SAQ finances projects related to the recycling and reuse of glass, as well as food aid through circular economy projects in neighbourhoods in which SAQ administrative offices are present.

Environmental sponsorship Environmental sponsorship

Did you know? The construction of the Darwin bridges in Montréal gave a second life to the equivalent of some 70,000 bottles of wine by incorporating glass powder to replace cement in the concrete.

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    Sustainable development

    The Local initiatives fund

    Launched in February 2023, the Fonds d’initiatives locales (FIL) is a tool – a local initiatives fund to be precise – that is made available to the community and aims to support initiatives for improving the quality of life of the residents of the Guybourg and Haig-Beauclerk neighbourhoods in Montréal’s Assomption Sud–Longue-Pointe district.

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  2. Woman holding a platter of fresh vegetables
    Sustainable development

    A vegetable garden for the neighbourhood

    For two years now, a greenhouse buzzing with activity 10 months a year and a huge kitchen garden have been found in the middle of the SAQ Campus, our head office in Montreal’s Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough. The goal? To help feed the neighbourhood. And 2023 is our second year of operation. Discover our garden, our pride and joy!

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  3. Bridges incorporating glass powder built in Montréal
    Sustainable development

    Bridges incorporating glass powder built in Montréal

    Once upon a time, 70,000 wine bottles found a new life in Montréal bridges.

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