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

Huron-Sussex Planning Update

Thanks to everyone who has participated in our ongoing collaborative process with the University of Toronto. Over the last six months, we have had two all-community planning sessions and an interactive blog. The planners have begun to draft the final report. At this point, we would like to bring the plan to the community at […]

Scary On

Bring your wee goblins to the HSRO annual Hallowe’en pumpkin carving party starting at 4:30 on October 31 in the Huron-Washington Parkette. Bring your own pumpkin and we’ll have the tools for carving and candles. We’ll also have juice and snacks. Carve and light the best pumpkin ever and put it on your porch to […]

In Memoriam M. Roxalyn “Roxy” Finch

One of our neighbourhood’s most respected residents, Roxy Finch, passed away of complications from a broken hip on Tuesday, June 11, 2013. Almost 100 years of age when she died, Roxy had lived in Huron-Sussex for well over 50 years. For much of that time, she was the Chief Librarian at Trinity College, University of […]

HSRO Newsletter – Spring 2013

Hello to all Huron-Sussex residents.¬† Your new HSRO board of directors is very pleased to bring you an update on our activities. We had a very successful Annual General Meeting on January 29. In addition to an excellent neighbourhood planning discussion, the membership elected the following residents to our 2013 board: President: Julie Mathien, 10 […]

Huron-Sussex Planning Survey

Thanks to all who¬†participated in the Huron-Sussex Planning Survey. Data will be rolled up to provide a snapshot of our neighbourhood and an analysis of your planning priorities. Your responses will support the process that the Huron-Sussex Residents’ Organization and the University of Toronto have undertaken to plan for the future of the neighbourhood. Results […]