Citizen politics, unlike party politics, does not seek to change government, but to improve it by watchfulness, oversight and advice
- Ursula Franklin

Tree Talk: Why Trees Fail & How to Keep Them Healthy

Neighbours are invited to join a talk on trees:

Why Trees Fail & How to Keep Them Healthy

Date: Monday, December 3, 2018
Time: 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Where: 918 Bathurst Street

Admission is free. Seating is limited.

Registration & detailed information here.

The event is being presented jointly by the Annex Residents Association (ARA) and the Harbord Village Residents Association (HVRA).

Meeting with UTS on Construction & Renovations – Nov 6 at 6:30 pm

Huron Sussex Community is invited to attend a meeting regarding the construction & renovations to UTS (University of Toronto Schools)

St Thomas’s Church – Parish Hall
383 Huron Street (at Washington Avenue)

6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

City Ward 11 – All Candidates Debate – Hart House, U of T – Oct 9 at 7:00 pm

University of Toronto Students Union (UTSU) will host a Ward 11 candidates debate on the University of Toronto campus on
Tuesday, October 9th at 7 pm in the Debates Room at Hart House.

Candidates present will be given the opportunity to introduce themselves, followed by questions facilitated by a moderator. Questions for the candidates can be submitted here.

Doors to the Debates Room will open at 6:30 pm.

HSRO Welcome & Welcome Back Event – Sept 15


On Saturday, September 15 in our community garden The Huron-Sussex Residents’ Organization is hosting

at 2:00 PM: a continuation of the fence painting that we started last year, and

at 5:00 PM: drinks (non-alcoholic) and snacks

Whether you are new to Huron-Sussex or a veteran, you and your family are warmly invited to either or both events

Note: The garden is located at the corner of Huron and Glen Morris. If it rains, the events will be rescheduled


Joe Cressy Re-Election Campaign Kickoff – June 19

Dear Friends,

Over the last four years, it has been a privilege to represent our downtown communities. Together, we’re building more liveable, caring, and sustainable neighbourhoods, and a better city.

The ward boundaries have changed for the 2018 municipal elections, and a few weeks ago I announced to you that I’ll be seeking re-election to City Council in the new ward 24. With the provincial election now out of the way, our attention turns to electing a progressive City Council in October. We need local, compassionate and effective leadership that embraces change and invests in our community with integrity.

Join me on June 19th to kick off my campaign to continue the work we’ve done together, as I run for re-election in the new Ward 24. 

DATE: Tuesday June 19th
WHEN: 6pm to 8pm
WHERE: Free Times Cafe, 320 College Street

Free Times Cafe is an accessible venue, and all are welcome!

RSVP to the Facebook event here.

It will be a night of celebration with some old (and new!) friends, and the first step on a journey we’ll take together over the next few months. Together, we can build the neighbourhoods, and city, of our dreams. I look forward to continuing this work with your support.

My sincerest thanks,