I have been doing more work on the 1921 Census for Grandview and have discovered that the north side of the 2000-block Venables Street was missed by the enumerator.
The south side of the block (house numbers: 2012, 2030, 2036, 2052, 2056, 2062 and 2076) is captured on pages 4, 5 and 6 of district 22, sub-district 74 of the Census. But after several hours of looking, I can find no trace of the north side on any page in that sub-district or its surrounding neighbours.
To double check, I did name searches in the Census for the residents listed in the City Directory for that year and again came up blank.
Given that the Census in those years was reliant entirely on fallible human surveyors, I wonder how many blocks or partial blocks were missed across the country?