Reserve your FREE TICKETS to Faith & Family Night today!

Yes TV is offering Crossroads Partners free tickets for an evening of family entertainment…

** Reserve your FREE TICKETS to Faith & Family Night today! **

Email David Fardell [email protected]

YES TV and Canadian Basketball League (CBL) present Faith and Family Night; an evening of fun, fellowship, music and basketball. The event will feature pre-game entertainment by Bob Cates and Comedy In Motion, sponsored by 100 Huntley Street followed by the CBL season final. Faith and Family Night will be held at the University of Guelph Athletic Centre on Saturday March 18th, with the pre-game performance beginning at 6:30, followed by the evening’s basketball game at 8:00pm.

Bob Cates is a premier Canadian clean comedian & variety act. He performs a side-splitting interactive comedy show with advanced juggling, wild unicycling and balancing skills, cool lasers and an insane finale! Bob, a Canadian Juggling Champion was twice named Best Entertainer of the Year at the Molson Canadian FEO Awards. He was twice nominated “Best One Man Show” at the Canadian Comedy Awards as well as Entertainer of the Year at the 07,08, 09 & 10 Canadian Event Industry Awards. The Comedy in Motion show has headlined all over the world from Disney Cruise Lines to corporate events.

Hugs for Orphans –  Join hands with Crossroads’ Hugs for Orphans campaign, a program dedicated to helping close to 100,000 orphans in Ukraine receive love, affirmation & practical life skills. Crossroads Relief and Development will be sharing stories of outreach and hope throughout the evening, while raising money to bring much needed help to neglected children of Ukraine.

Faith and Family –  YES TV and the CBL are inviting community and faith leaders to bring families and build community bonds while enjoying the evening’s entertainment. The Canadian Basketball league will be donating a portion of the ticket proceeds for the evening to Crossroads.


The CBL season began on December 11, 2016, when Durham United Basketball Club defeated Hamilton United Basketball Club 91-84. The CBL’s first full season will end on March 18, 2017.




For additional information please contact:


David Fardell

Brand Manager


Office: 905.331-7333 ext. 2251

Email: [email protected]




YES TV is a commercial television station committed to positive, family-friendly, entertainment programming. YES TV is licensed and regulated by the CRTC as a religious channel and an exclusively Canadian television station, available in 6.9 million homes across Canada.

YES TV consists of three over-the-air conventional stations, two local stations, CKCS-DT (Calgary, AB) and CKES-DT (Edmonton, AB), and one regional broadcaster, CITS-DT (Hamilton, ON). The regional broadcaster primarily reaches the Greater Toronto Area with re-broadcast transmitters in Kitchener, London, and Ottawa. YES TV is a brand of CTS, a Canadian incorporated non-profit.


About Canadian Basketball League

The Canadian Basketball League is a professional basketball league founded in Toronto, Canada on July 30, 2014. CBL teams play by Fiba rules. (INTERNATIONAL BASKETBALL FEDERATION) CBL franchises play in Canadian basketball arenas with average seating capacity of 2000 Seats. Franchise teams are required to play in communities with a population base of over 340,000 people. The long term goal of the Canadian Basketball League is to be a development league for younger players. With over 250 Canadian players not playing in Canada, it is an ideal time to nationalize professional basketball similar to Europe (Euro League). The success of the Canadian Basketball League is directly related to Canadian content requirements in its bylaws and collective bargaining agreement. Canada is the largest country in the world that does not have a professional basketball league to support its national team.