There’s No Denying Their Voices

Our Crossroads’ summer students are smart, motivated and ready to impact the world for Christ in media. And they’re thankful for the opportunity to work as media missionaries this summer. It’s an opportunity they, and Crossroads, didn’t think would be made available to them this year. …

Christian Thinking about Pot

Some have suggested that it’s not difficult to think about the impending legalization of cannabis in Canada. Marijuana is a substance that is ingested merely to alter consciousness. We don’t allow any other such product to be used for such a purpose. Legalization is wrong. That’s that.

Crossroads Celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day with 100 Huntley Street on location at Crawford Lake

Crossroads Celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day with 100 Huntley Street on location at Crawford Lake



On Thursday, June 21st, Crossroads will celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day with a special 100 Huntley Street program from Crawford Lake Conservation Area in Milton, ON., which is on traditional territory of the Wendat, Haudenosaunee, Anishinaabe, Attawanderon and Metis people. We acknowledge that these lands are the treaty lands of the Mississauga’s of the New Credit First Nation.

Guests will include three-time Juno award winner, Inuk singer and songwriter, Susan Aglukark, Metis fiddler Alicia Blore, and will feature segments that honour First Nation, Metis and Inuit culture and people.

Crossroads established two new positions in 2016 that ensure the Indigenous community have a voice and representation in Canada’s longest running daily television show, 100 Huntley Street in segments called First Peoples Voices.

“I am proud to be a Metis. My family line has a history of justice advocates and politicians standing in the gap for those who cannot.” – Crystal Lavallee, First Peoples Voices Producer for 100 Huntley Street  

Indigenous Producer, Crystal Lavallee (Metis) travels across Canada to capture stories that educate, celebrate and bring awareness to Indigenous history, culture and people. First Peoples Voices is part of Crossroads’ response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s recommendations that support Indigenous voices on culture, spirituality and languages.   Outreach Ambassador, Bev Hadland works to build bridges between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. Resources are mobilized and shipped to northern communities to aid in community development.

Watch 100 Huntley Street celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day on Global TV at 9:30am EST and on YES TV at 9:30am and 8pm EST on June 21st.  Watch online at or 100 Huntley Street Facebook Live at 9:30am EST.

Chip Ingram

“Why I Believe” with Chip Ingram – All Week on 100 Huntley Street


When tragedy strikes… people often face grief and doubt with big questions like, “If God is good, how could this happen?” It’s tough to find satisfying answers. This week on 100 Huntley Street we sit down with bestselling author, pastor Chip Ingram to discuss some of life’s big questions that require God-sized faith.




Vigil held at the Crossroads Centre following tragedy at the building Wednesday evening

At Crossroads we are heartbroken and grieving with a hurting family who is without their young son today. Crossroads received the tragic news yesterday evening that a child was found without vital signs in a car in the parking lot at the Crossroads Centre. The family of this child are precious members of the building owner’s team.

The Story in Our Scars: Jesus Knows the Depth of Humboldt’s Pain

Athletes know a lot about pain. The pursuit of pushing your body to its physical limit requires the stretching, tearing and repairing of muscles to make you stronger. The pain has a purpose. The pain is a warning. The pain is needed to become a different version of yourself.

Crossroads Reports from Humboldt

The nation has come together to support Humboldt, Saskatchewan, as they grieve the loss of 16 members of their hockey organization, the Humboldt Broncos. Plus, Lorna Dueck, Crossroads CEO, has written a feature for the Globe and Mail about The Strong Arms of Saskatchewan