place. Amusingly named hamlet in Saskatchewan, Canada known as a waystop on the trail to Saskatoon and as the birthplace of four-a-side lassies ice curling. Aboriginal influences were never quite extinguished by the European influx thus Biggar retains a cross-cultural flair that attracts tourists, Scandanavian ethnographers and geneologists.
Grain farming and grain farming remain the primary industries although many music teachers work there, part-time nursing positions abound and the Adult Theatre Group has a steady audience for their original shows and endless Godspell adaptations.
"New York may be large and smelly, but Biggar isn't better!"
No. I don't think that should go up on the sign.
How about "New York is big ... but this is Biggar!"