Skip to main content

Zarqa Nawaz is a contributing writer for The Globe and Mail. In 2007, she created the television series Little Mosque on the Prairie, which premiered to record viewership as CBC’s highest rated sitcom. The show aired in over sixty countries around the world and has garnered many national and international awards such as the Canada Award at the Geminis, Audience Award for Best Series at the Cinema Tout Ecran in Switzerland, and the Maximo Award for best screenplay at Italy’s Roma FictionFest.

Zarqa has a B.Sc from the University of Toronto and a B.A.A in journalism from Ryerson University.

Latest articles