Season 6 -- 11 episodes -- January 09, 2012 to April 02, 2012
S06E11 -- In a series finale that lets Little Mosque on the Prairie live up to it's namesake, Amaar prepares for the grand opening of the new Mosque, while trying to get Baber to end his boycott. Charles returns to Mercy with a plan to win Ann. Sarah reaffirms her Muslim faith; and, with Mercy Anglican burnt to a crisp, Thorne finds an unexpected new home for his congregation. http://www.cbc.ca/littlemosque/episodes.php?sid=6&eid=611
About the show
Little Mosque on the Prairie is a Canadian sitcom on CBC, created by Zarqa Nawaz and produced by WestWind Pictures. It is filmed in Toronto, Ontario and Indian Head, Saskatchewan. The series was selected and showcased at the 2009 Dawn Breakers International Film Festival in Zurich.
The series focuses on the Muslim community in the fictional prairie town of Mercy, Saskatchewan (population 70,000). The primary institutions of the community are the local mosque, presided over by imam Amaar Rashid and located in the rented parish hall of the town's Anglican church, and Fatima's Cafe, a downtown diner run by Fatima Dinssa. The community patriarchs are Yasir Hamoudi, a construction contractor who originally fronted the money to establish the mosque under the pretense that he was renting office space for his business, and Baber Siddiqui, a college economics professor who served as the mosque's temporary imam until Amaar was hired.
The town of Mercy is governed by Mayor Ann Popowicz. Sarah Hamoudi, Yasir's wife, works as a public relations officer in Popowicz's office. However, since Yasir had to leave Mercy and go to Lebanon, Sarah manages his contracting company.
The title alludes to the classic American book and drama series, Little House on the Prairie. The two series are not related aside from the modified version of the title logo