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image contributed by Valentin Poposki, 13 February 2010
Source: Town of Biggar
The flag of the Town of Biggar, Saskatchewan, consists of three vertical stripes
green-white-green with the town emblem in the center of the white stripe.
Seal-like emblem shows local scenes - a locomotive, a wheat, and a horse, a cow
and a sheep, including a ribbon inscribed "BIGGAR / SASKATCHEWAN", all that
encircled by the words "NEW YORK IS BIG / BUT THIS IS BIGGAR" Photo of the flag courtesy of
Kathy Sarvas, Clerk Steno - Town of Biggar
Valentin Poposki, 28 August 2010
About the town:
Biggar is a town in central Saskatchewan, Canada. It is located on Highway #14, 93 kilometres (58 miles) west of Saskatoon, the province's most populous city.
Biggar has become well-known for its unusual town slogan, an Olympic athlete and a world-record deer. It has 2033 residents." - from Wikipedia: Bigger, Saskatchewan.
Valentin Poposki, 13 February 2010