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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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More Than 1000 Schools Get Antidote for Christmas

November 27, 2019 Press releases

Just in time for Christmas, 1036 schools will be receiving a free license allowing them to install Antidote, Druide informatique’s flagship writing assistance software, on ten computers. Druide made the announcement as part of the GRICS’s annual conference, a network that brings together all of Queb...

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André Jacques Wins the Prix Saint-Pacôme

October 08, 2019 Press releases

On October 5, the Société du roman policier de Saint-Pacôme (SRPSP) held its 18th gala. André Jacques’ novel Ces femmes aux yeux cernés earned him the most prestigious prize of the evening, the Prix Saint-Pacôme, which is awarded to the best detective novel from a Quebec author published in the pa...

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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 integrates with memoQ

September 27, 2019 Press releases

At the 2019 Ordre des traducteurs, terminologues et interprètes agréés du Québec’s (OTTIAQ) conference today, Druide informatique announced that its Antidote suite now offers full integration with memoQ. Translators can access Antidote’s language resources directly from memoQ’s renowned translatio...

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