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Judith Lilly - October 24, 2018

This new video brought tears to my eyes. I love the message of inclusion - children are everything! No race or religion should come into the picture except to be sensitive to cultural traditions.

Steve Gomes - October 24, 2018

Hi! The video is mostly good, except in my opinion the beginning focus on language was too long. The first 20s felt a bit too negative, you know? I felt it should have addressed language and then gotten right into "we speak CHILDREN" a bit sooner. I'm English but love french too, it just seemed the beginning was too long:) Love the logo and colours!! And love that you included PK too.

Lola - October 24, 2018

Que vous pensez aux enfants de la rue comme chez nous en république démocratique du Congo. Merci

Ilona Eliakim - October 24, 2018

Slick and powerful!

lucy Di Benedetto - October 24, 2018

Sooo touching!

Richard Kelertas - October 24, 2018

Love the new logo and branding launch!....captures the true essence of the Children's.....its much better than the "over the top" new branding launch by the Sick Kids in Toronto....the focus here is the kids....not a rallying cry for an uprising:)….I guess Toronto needs that kind of "in your face" promotion to get people engaged.....we here in Montreal are more "cultured" and "knowledgeable about the real healing needs of a children's hospital:) Well done!!!

Carolyn Stevens - October 24, 2018


Pam - October 24, 2018

I was a patient at the hospital back in 1971. I was in the ICU, then on ward for 2 weeks when I nearly died because I turned out to have diabetes. My roommates both had cancer. Brenda age 9 and Marlene age 5(She was an only child and her mom also had cancer. ) You never forget times like this. I’ve often wanted to get a hold of Brenda’s family because I would love a picture of her but how would I ever start? She passed away 4 months later. I went into the hospital age 9 and came out older than my years. Brenda holds a special place in my heart and prayers. This video hits all sorts of emotions. I think you’ve hit the nail on the head, as the saying goes. All the Best!! Pamela Schultz nee Lawson DOB February 10th, 1962 ?❤️❤️❤️❤️

louise campbell - October 24, 2018

love this hospital have never been in the new hospital was there with my daughter and my granddaughter

Steven Kates - October 24, 2018

We have always LOVED the care we received for our children, when needed. We believe that this Hospital is World Class and does it's best to help children with the ultimate care possible. The LOVE we felt, from the Doctors and Nurses , were always above and beyond ; it is an act of true compassion and Love for the children. We have always given what we can to support this Hospital, and will do so for the rest of our lives. It is not about the act of giving from us to you; but the Joy the children get back from everyone involved. Keep up the amazing work you do for the benefit of the children, their families and the entire community that NEEDS you to be there , when called upon. You are ambassadors for all the good there is and can be in the world.

Jacqueline Pereira-Duknic - October 24, 2018

It took a few moments to recognize the 'body' of the child in your new logo as bandaids, but in the shape of an 'X' it seems to X-out the child (although looking closely (again, it takes time) I now see the heart shape - one right side up/the other upside down.. Blue & pink is nice for boy/girl.

Lynne Seidman - October 24, 2018

I think this new presentation is excellent. Children’s health has nothing to do with language, it’s only about making sick children well again.

Roch Marleau - October 24, 2018

I was a patient with a rare life threatening infection when I was 12, I lived after staying at Children's for 3 months, 3 surgeries. I am now 43, healthy and I contribute every year to their fundraising, I know first hand what theses wonderful people are doing for kids. Thank you so much for the gift of health you have given me!

Irv - October 24, 2018

While the logo's intention is pretty clear, the fact that it creates a prominent "X" may be interpreted to have a negative connotation. The video moves much too fast, trying to squeeze too much information into a limited time frame. Most often, to get the message across, "less is more."

Maggie - October 25, 2018

Love, love, love it! So proud of being part of this family.

Anna Maria Noto - October 25, 2018

One simple word .. POWERFUL.

Kim - October 25, 2018

Love the new logo!! I liked the video as well, message was well received, however did not like the choice of music...found it too "loud". Feel like something a bit softer, but upbeat would be more appropriate. Good luck!

Gary Levine - October 25, 2018

The video was very good. I don’t think it was necessary to discuss the language aspect. It could’ve just been bilingual without any comment about language. I found that distracted from the overall message of the good things that the Montreal Children’s Hospital does.

Meriem - October 25, 2018

Simply beautiful !!

Peter Napoli - October 25, 2018

Very touching video while expressing a very important point that many make a big stink about! Bravo Children’s!!

Ginetta - October 25, 2018

It’s a very powerful and forward thinking video.

Anna - October 26, 2018

NO logo should have a X in it, especially a hospital, give wrong message

Wilma Spence - October 26, 2018

Very upbeat. I appreciated especially the multi lingual emphasis and the pictures of the children. i can’t forget the little girl bravely going into the MRI machine.

Claudette Messier - October 29, 2018

I am proud to contribute to the welfare of children who are the future of our province and our country, keep up the good work.