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Taking a strong stand for safety and the public interest

May 24, 2018

Éduc’alcool makes the following recommendations with regard to Bill 170: 1. Make mandatory responsible service training for all serving staff a part of the bill, with only one training program recognized for all: Service in Action. 2. Adopt other essential prevention measures: a. Empower the Régie des alcools, des course et des jeux (RACJ): In the bill, provide it with the concrete ...

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If they can't be outlawed,
they should be regulated strictly

May 08, 2018

Éduc’alcool’s recommendations to Health Canada regarding sweetened alcoholic beverages: If the production and sale of premixed, sweetened alcoholic beverages that camouflage the taste and impact of alcohol can’t be outlawed, the federal government should, at the very least, enact strict regulations regarding sizes, packaging and labelling. It is Éduc’alcool’s opinion that ...

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Alcohol and Cancer Risk

March 22, 2018

The subject of alcohol and cancer risk is particularly charged, because of the fear that the disease still evokes and the strong emotions it arouses. That is why “Alcohol and Cancer Risk,” the latest Éduc’alcool report in the Alcohol and Health series, tackles the topic with nuance and scientific discipline. The report confirms that alcohol increases the risk of seven kinds ...

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Drinking, driving, making the right choice

Whenever you get together to celebrate with friends or family, remember that drinking too much--or irresponsibly--inevitably leads to inebriation and discomfort. Above all, remember that drinking ...


Alcohol is no excuse. Ever!

March 19, 2018

Abuse (and worse) related to fraternity hazings and college graduation activities has been very much in the news in the last two years. Amid the stories of sexual harassment, peer pressure and reprehensible behaviour, a number of measures have been taken to put a stop to the problems and make students more accountable. However, not enough emphasis has been placed on drinking and the role it ...

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Campagne 2340 : C’est reparti !

February 28, 2013

Janvier 2013 marque la relance de la campagne d’Éduc’alcool sur la promotion des niveaux de consommation d’alcool à faible risque. Notre organisme, qui a tiré des leçons de la campagne de l’an dernier, a suivi à la lettre les orientations déterminées par son conseil d’administration pour la poursuite de ce plan quinquennal. Rappelons qu’Éduc’alcool avait décidé de ...

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Its members are parapublic institutions, alcoholic beverage industry associations and individuals from various milieus (public health, education, journalism), who, fully of aware of their social responsibility, implement information, education and prevention programs designed to help young people and adults make enlightened, responsible decisions about drinking.

Éduc'alcool's commitment is accurately reflected in its slogan: La modération a bien meilleur goût / Moderation is always in good taste.

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