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Daybreak Montreal | Apr 9, 2013 | 7:31

SAQ employees say they're being pressured to increase sales

The SAQ has a new sales program. The employees say the goal is to sell more alcohol. The SAQ says the purpose is to better advise customers. Daybreak's Joanne Vrakas has been looking into this.

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