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100 Huntley Street
100 Huntley Street is a long-running Canada-based Christian daily talk show and the flagship programme of the Crossroads Television System. It was created in 1977 by host and executive producer David Mainse . The show is currently co-hosted by Ron Mainse , Rhonda Glenn , and Norm MacLaren . In January 2005, Ann Mainse , the wife of Ron Mainse, joined as a regular host. Lorna Dueck and Cal Bombay were past hosts. The name of the programme comes from the original location of the Crossroads studios at 100 Huntley Street in downtown Toronto.
A portion of the money raised from donations is used to pay for the show's airtime. The show airs primarily on Global, but airs on CBC and CTV affiliates in some markets as well as on the Crossroads Television System (CTS) which is owned by Mainse's ministry.
In 2003, David Mainse retired as producer and host of the programme in order to campaign full time against same-sex marriage. His son, Ron, took over as President of CTS and host of 100 Huntley Street.
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