100 Huntley Street

We are Your Home for Hope. 100 Huntley Street is Canada's longest running daily television ... more

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About the Show

We are Your Home for Hope. 100 Huntley Street is Canada's longest running daily television show and the sixth longest running daily television show in the world. Authentic and interactive, 100 Huntley Street brings you the amazing stories of people – whether they be world, leaders, celebrities, sports figures, or everyday people – who have had life-changing encounters with God.

Meet our Hosts

Cheryl Weber

Cheryl Weber

As a Journalist, Producer, Speaker and Television Host, Cheryl Weber has had the privilege of telling incredible stories of both need and life transformation from around the world. Her passion for justice and poverty alleviation has taken her from the top of Mount Kilimanjaro to some of the most desperate and remote places on the planet. From interviewing little girls rescued from the sex trade in Cambodia to documenting the devastation that the high maternal mortality rate has in rural Uganda, she has seen the difference that passionate people of faith and action can have. She has spoken nationally and internationally on a variety of topics including women's issues, social justice, sex trafficking, facing fear and finding purpose.

Lara Watson

Lara Watson

Lara Watson, Co-host and Executive Producer of 100 Huntley Street, is known for her authentic and hope-filled voice. A compelling communicator, Lara enjoys sharing the life-transforming message of Jesus, and reminding others that God is real; He loves us and has a plan for our lives.

Mark Masri

Mark Masri

Mark Masri, is co-host of 100 Huntley Street, Canada’s longest-running daily talk show, as well as JUNO, and Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter. Mark has been part of the Crossroads family since 1997 in the capacity of Music Producer. In 2003, Mark took time away from Crossroads to pursue his singer/songwriter career. In Fall 2019, Mark was asked to sub-co-host with Cheryl and Maggie, and within a few months, Mark became a more regular co-host.