100 Huntley Street to be the only faith-based TV program broadcasting live in Canada on July 1st
Celebration Coverage, Stories and Prayer from TheCRY Kingston and HOPE 150 Calgary, concluding with Fireworks LIVE Broadcast from Fort Frederick
100 Huntley Street celebrates Canada’s 150th anniversary with a Canada Day special, airing on Yes TV July 1st from 8:00-10:00pm EST/ 6:00-8:00pm MST. Lorna Dueck (Crossroads CEO) and Maggie John (100 Huntley Street Senior Executive Producer) will host the program from Fort Henry at TheCRY Kingston, in Ontario. Cheryl Weber (100 Huntley Street Senior Executive Producer) and Rob Melnichuk (Yes TV Director of Western Canada) will host from Calgary, Alberta at HOPE 150. The celebration will end with a bang at 10:00pm EST as a display of fireworks will be broadcast live from Fort Frederick in Kingston, Ontario.
“By partnering with TheCRY, HOPE 150 and our broadcaster Yes TV we’re able to respond to God’s delightful directive to celebrate, remember and to pray together for our nation,” shares Lorna Dueck. “We celebrate the sesquicentennial anniversary of Canadian Confederation with a love and pride that is rooted in gratefulness to God.”
100 Huntley Street will be the only faith-based program broadcasting live in Canada on July 1st.
Rob Sheppard (Yes TV General Manager) comments, “As a television station committed to positive, family-friendly programming, Yes TV is uniquely positioned to bring a faith perspective on the stories of Canada’s 150th anniversary. At Yes TV, home is where our “yes” is, and we’re thrilled to bring you coverage from across our homeland July 1st.”
The Canada Day special is the exciting culmination of Crossroads’ This Far by Faith – Canada 150 campaign that celebrates the stories of Canada’s Christian heritage. The campaign kick-off was April 28 with a 24-hour prayer rally at the Crossroads Centre in Burlington, where leaders from coast to coast united to pray for our nation. Read more about This Far by Faith and watch inspiring Canadian life changers including First Peoples Voices – an exclusive look into the stories of Indigenous Canadians and their reflections on Canada and their walk with the Creator. This Far by Faith contains stories of famous Canadians who have made a global impact to help viewers rediscover the deep and far–reaching Christian roots that established Canada. The campaign has also included a weekly Nation Building panel which has delved into the issues that matter to Canadians.
To find out where you can watch this special Canada Day program visit www.yestv.com