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

HSRO Herald – Nov 2020 Newsletter

The latest edition of the HSRO Herald has just been published. Residents in Huron Sussex should check their mailbox for the November 2020 print edition, or get it here in PDF.

Update: New Laneway Houses on Huron

Huron Sussex Laneway Houses Facts Sheet & Links to Virtual 3D Tours There are three houses:– 3 storey laneway house – approximately 900 sf– 2 storey laneway house – approximately 800 sf– and an infill house on Huron – approximately 1600 sf The houses are designed to be net-zero energy and net-zero carbon, using ‘Passive […]

Interview Participants Needed for Doctoral Study on Eastern Grey Squirrels

If you live in Huron-Sussex and have had a recent conflict experience with eastern grey squirrels, you may be eligible to participate in a doctoral study on eastern grey squirrels! Please note that eastern grey squirrels have a few colour variations: black, grey, brindle or even white (although rare in Huron-Sussex). Tracy Timmins is a doctoral candidate at the Faculty […]

Innis College Addition & Renovation – Meeting, Nov 21

You are invited to a presentation and discussion of the proposed Innis College Addition & Renovation project, located on the north side of Sussex Ave, at the corner of St. George Street. Background The University is planning an addition and renovation of Innis College at the St. George campus. The design proposes a sensitive infill […]

Hallowe’en in Huron-Sussex

Residents who revel in the Hallowe’en spirit are invited to join the neighbourhood in our 18th annual trick-or-treat festivities: 4:30 pm onwards: Pumpkin carving (bring your own pumpkin)5:00 pm: juice & snacks At the new playground – corner of Huron & Washington(Note: Rain location – on the porch of 7 Washington Ave) Carve & Light […]