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André Jacques (crédit : Martine Doyon)

André Jacques Wins the Prix Saint-Pacôme

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...

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

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

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 translation...

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Antidote and macOS 10.15

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...

André Jacques (crédit : Martine Doyon)

André Jacques Among Finalists for the Prix Saint-Pacôme

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 prize for La bataille de Pavie.

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