MONTREAL, June 4, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - Every five years since 1992, Éduc'alcool has conducted a survey to track Quebecers' changing relationship with alcohol. This year, the organization conducted the largest such survey, and its Director General, Hubert Sacy, will announce the results, which are both fascinating and surprising.
Among the subjects touched on:
- The percentage of drivers who have been stopped at a police sobriety checkpoint during the past year;
- Quebecers' tolerance level for drinking alcohol, especially during pregnancy;
- Changing opinions and trends in Quebec regarding alcohol consumption;
- Quebecers' main attitudes and opinions regarding alcohol.
| Date: Wednesday, June 6
Where: Centre Saint-Pierre, 1212 Panet Street, Montreal, Roger-Poirier Room (#203)
Who: Hubert Sacy, Director General of Éduc'alcool, and Daniel Juillet, Project Manager at CROP, the research firm that conducted the survey.
Time: 10 a.m.
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