From 24 Hours:
- From journalism to television sitcom
” From freelance radio and TV news writer/producer to documentary maker to creator of a hit Canadian sitcom, Ryerson University journalism graduate Zarqa Nawaz’ media career is on a serious roll. ‘I didn’t realize I had an affinity for writing or the creative process,’ says Nawaz, the brains behind CBC’s highly successful Little Mosque on the Prairie. ‘Ryerson exposed me to the writing side of me that I didn’t know I had.'” Read more.
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