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Biggar | Saskatchewan

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“New York is Big… But This is Biggar”

Biggar has become well known for its unusual town slogan. It was created in 1914 by a survey crew who painted it onto a town sign as a drunken prank.

Don’t miss the famous sign when you drive to the Biggar.

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Home Town of “Schmirler the Curler”

Sandra Marie Schmirler, dubbed “Schmirler the Curler,” led her foursome to the first-ever Olympic gold medal in the sport (1998).

Schmirler captured three Canadian Curling Championships (Scott Tournament of Hearts) and three World Curling Championships.

She died in 2000 at 36 of cancer.

 

Sandra Schmirler Olympic Gold Park

This is designed to encourage fans and tourists to visit the hometown of Canadian, World and Olympic Curling Champion Sandra Schmirler and celebrate the accomplishments of Team Schmirler.

 

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Biggar Museum & Gallery

Located 93 km west of Saskatoon, the Biggar Museum and Gallery is open year-round and it tells the history of Biggar and the Area with local artifacts and displays. It also provides viewing space for travelling art shows. sells souvenirs and local art.

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Biggar Regional Park

The Biggar and District Regional Park is located 1 km north of Biggar on Highway No. 4. It provides overnight camping facilities with partial hook ups and is open from May to September. The regional park provides electrical and non-electrical campsites.

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