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Le goût de la bière fermière Named Canadian Winner of the Gourmand Awards 2020

January 06, 2020 Announcements

The Gourmand Awards, an international competition that honours the best food and drink books from around the world, revealed its winners by country this week. We are pleased to announce that Le goût de la bière fermière, by Martin Thibault in collaboration with David Lévesque Gendron, was select...

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Mystères à l’école Among Finalists for the Prix littéraires des enseignants de français AQPF-ANEL

October 02, 2019 Announcements

The Association québécoise des professeurs de français (AQPF) and the Association nationale des éditeurs de livres (ANEL) have announced the finalists for the Prix littéraires des enseignants de français AQPF-ANEL. We are pleased to announce that the collection of short stories Mystères à l’école...

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Antidote and macOS 10.15

September 18, 2019 Announcements

Apple is preparing to release a new edition of its operating system for Mac, called macOS 10.15 Catalina. Druide will be releasing minor updates for Antidote 10 and Antidote 9 in order to adapt them to the new system. We recommend that Antidote users wait for their release before making the switch t...

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André Jacques Among Finalists for the Prix Saint-Pacôme

August 27, 2019 Announcements

This week, the Société du roman policier de Saint Pacôme unveiled the three finalists for this year’s Prix Saint-Pacôme. André Jacques stood out for the judges on the panel with his novel Ces femmes aux yeux cernés, his character Alexandre Jobin's most recent case. In 2016, André Jacques won the...

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Druide Improves Its VÉLOSYMPATHIQUE Certification

June 11, 2019 Announcements

Druide informatique is pleased to announce that it has improved its VÉLOSYMPATHIQUE certification. The panel set up by Vélo Québec has recognized the steps that Druide has taken to promote cycling and has awarded it the silver level VÉLOSYMPATHIQUE certification.

Druide was among the very first or...

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