From Eric Volmers of the Calgary Herald:
- Little Mosque on the Prairie’s legacy lives on
Eight or nine years ago, journalist and filmmaker Zarqa Nawaz sat on one of the park benches outside the majestic Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel and pitched her idea to a producer. The show? A sitcom about a small Saskatchewan town’s comedic dealings with a new mosque and its liberal-leaning imam. Read more.
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