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

Huron-Sussex Community Garden is Getting a Mural

THE H-S COMMUNITY GARDEN IS GETTING A MURAL …. JOIN YOUR NEIGHBOURS IN MAKING IT REAL HSRO has received a grant from Street Art Toronto to work with an artist to create a mural on the fence behind our community garden. We primed the fence last weekend, and we’ll paint the design (weather permitting) on […]

Housing Strategies in Huron Sussex

Dear H-S Resident, You have received a letter from University of Toronto staff requesting participation in a focus group about housing strategies in Huron-Sussex. The focus group will provide input on the following questions: To whom should the University provide housing, and why? What role does a campus housing community (run by the institution or […]

Fundraising Sale – Quaker House – Sept 24

Quaker Treasures for sale: Sunday, Sept.24, 2017 From 12:00 noon to 2:00 pm at Friends House, 60 Lowther Avenue In support of the Quaker Refugee Committee

Huron Sussex 2nd Annual Solstice Laneway Party – June 21

HSRO is having its second summer solstice laneway party. This year, we’ll start off in the community garden at Huron and Glen Morris, where we’ll plant a tree in honour of Leigh Chestnut Halls’s 80th birthday, and then we’ll have a potluck in bp nichol lane. Everyone welcome! Wednesday, June 21, 2017 (rain or shine) […]

Bloor Street Bike Lanes – Project update & mid-pilot public consultation – June 5

As the 1-year Bloor Street bike lane pilot project continues, join Councillor Cressy, Councillor Layton, and City staff on June 5th for a mid-pilot public consultation. The City has been working hard on the extensive monitoring, evaluation, and consultation program since the project’s installation. Come out on June 5th to learn about the technical evaluation […]