Biggar was a provincialelectoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, Canada. This former constituency, located in west central Saskatchewan, has an economy based primarily on mixed farming and alfalfa production, and oil production. Biggar is home to Prairie Malt Ltd. (the first malt plant in Saskatchewan) and is situated in the heart of Canada's prime barley-growing region. The Miller Western Palo Salt Mine is located 27 km west of Biggar. The 25 staff members produce sodium sulfate for shipping throughout Canada and the central United States. The major communities are Biggar (2,243), Wilkie (1,282) and Langham (1,145).
This riding was re-created by the Representation Act, 2002 (Saskatchewan). It is made up of areas of the Redberry Lake, Rosetown-Biggar, Battlefords-Cut Knife and Kindersley ridings. Both the riding of Redberry Lake and the riding of Rosetown-Biggar were new ridings created by the Representation Act, 1994 (Saskatchewan).