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|Headquarters||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|François Castonguay, President and CEO|
Uniprix is a Quebec pharmacy chain founded in 1977 and based in Saint-Leonard, Montreal. It operates under four brands: Uniprix, Unipharm, Clinique Santé and Uniclinique (inside clinics). Combining its four brands, Uniprix is the second-largest pharmacy chain in Quebec (after Jean Coutu) and is mutually exclusive with the Pharmasave chain in English Canada.
Most Uniprix products are branded as Option+.
The Uniprix name is also used for a Montreal tennis stadium (formerly DuMaurier Stadium) which the chain acquired the naming rights for.
Uniprix also was the name of a chain of popular stores in France, launched by the Nouvelles Galeries in 1928. It later was acquired by its competitor, Monoprix.
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