From 24 Hours Vancouver:
- Mosque a surprise hit for CBC
“Of course, we here in Canada like to think of ourselves as more progressive than our xenophobic friends to the south, which is why it’s no surprise Little Mosque on the Prairie is set in Saskatchewan, airs on CBC and is reportedly its biggest hit in a decade (the series premiere drew 2.09 million viewers, with subsequent shows averaging a million).”
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