Hotels housing Syrian refugees subjected paying customers to “third world experience”

In late 2015 and 2016 Canadian hotels began housing wave after wave of Syrian refugees to meet an arbitrarily imposed Trudeau government refugee quota.

Mayhem ensued as cultures clashed. Bibles were destroyed, fires were started, children were neglected, female hotel staff were sexually harassed, Sharia swim times were imposed — it was chaos.

based on exclusive access to information documents, left people wanting to know the names of the hotels involved in the Syrian refugee resettlement program.

It took a while but we finally found ten hotels in Ontario:

The London Executive Suites – now known as the London Extended Stay Hotel, Holiday Inn Express in London, EconoLodge London, Windsor Travelodge – now known as the Holiday Inn Express Windsor, Toronto Plaza Hotel, Studio 6 hotel in Toronto, Kitchener Howard Johnson and Ottawa Travelodge.

We’ve found three more — two were discovered in access to information documents and one was found while searching TripAdvisor reviews; Toronto Super 8 Chinatown, Radisson Toronto East, and finally, Quality Hotel and Suites Airport East Toronto.

Some of the bad reviews may be fake however, good reviews can be fake too as we discovered when we found federal bureaucrats were planting fake positive TripAdvisor reviews to combat the legitimate bad reviews.

The Canadian government has abdicated their responsibility to protect Canadian consumers, and the hotels have abdicated their responsibility to be transparent with their guests.