This search engine presents by default only the pages containing all the terms in the search. You don’t have to add the "AND" operator between the terms.
The key for a good search is to choose the right terms. Here are a few tips to optimize your search.
To exclude a term from the request, you have to put a minus"-" sign in front of it. For example, a search for the terms "press releases –October" will show in the results all the pages containing the words "press releases" without the word "October".
You can ask the search engine to find pages that contain either one of two search terms by putting an uppercase OR between them. For example, the search "collection OR rendez-vous" will find pages that contain either "collection" or "rendez-vous".
To find the exact expression, put the term under quotation marks or link the terms with a hyphen. The words will then appear together exactly as you put them in the search field. For example, the search of the expression "Loto-Québec won three Batchy Awards" will return results of pages containing only the exact expression.