Saskatoon Electrical System Substation
|Saskatoon Electrical System Substation|
|Architectural style||Modern Classical|
|Location||619 Main Street|
|Town or city||Saskatoon, Saskatchewan|
|Client||Saskatoon Light & Power|
The Saskatoon Electrical System Substation is a municipal designated historic building located in the Nutana neighborhood of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. The property contains a two story building in a Modern Classical style, made of No. 2 Redcliff, Light Claybank and Tee Pee Mocha brick construction.  The building was constructed in 1929 by Saskatoon Light & Power along with two other such stations to meet the growing electrical demand of the city; declared a heritage site on December 4, 2000; and renovated into offices in the 1990s the building now houses the offices of the architectural firm of Kindrachuk Agrey Architects.