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2013-04-08

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Massy Forget Langlois Public Relations Welcomes Christian Ahuet as Consultant

By Annie Langlois

Montréal, April 8, 2013 – Massy Forget Langlois Public Relations is thrilled to announce the arrival of Christian Ahuet, who joins its firm as a Consultant. Boasting close to fifteen years of experience in the communications sector, Christian will leverage his in-depth knowledge of health sector issues in his work on non-profit organization and pharmaceutical industry mandates. Prior to joining the consulting firm, Christian worked as a consultant in development and communications with th...

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2013-02-06

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PROMOTIONS AT MASSY FORGET LANGLOIS PUBLIC RELATIONS

By Mylène Forget

Montréal, February 6, 2013 – Mylène Forget, President of consulting firm Massy Forget Langlois Public Relations, is thrilled to announce three new appointments within her current team: Catherine Rose Cunningham has been promoted to the position of Account Director, Mélissa Lapierre-Grano to Senior Consultant and Valérie Ladouceur to Consultant. Since joining the consulting firm in 2008, as Senior Consultant, Catherine Rose Cunningham has shown considerable leadership in managing wor...

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2012-06-04

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Results of the SAQ’s Generous Wines campaign:$380,000 donated to Banques alimentaires Québec

By Mélissa Lapierre-Grano

Montreal, June 4, 2012 –On May 25, 26 and 27, a large number of Quebecers took the Société des alcools du Québec (SAQ) up on its invitation and visited outlets to buy bottles of “generous” white wines. For each bottle of white wine sold, the SAQ promised to donate $1 to Banques alimentaires Québec (BAQ), while various suppliers upped the SAQ’s donation by another $1 for certain wines. The enthusiastic participation of its customers and partners will enable the SAQ to donate $380,000 to B...

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