Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada will be housing asylum seekers in Toronto area hotels and motels for four more weeks.
The economic migrants, primarily those self-deporting from immigration law enforcement in the United States, are part of the more than 34K people who have illegally crossed our borders since 2017.
The asylum seekers were originally housed in area university dorms until the fall classes reconvened. As an interim solution, migrants were shuffled over to long term hotel accommodations while the government found more permanent housing.
But that’s not happening fast enough, and it’s bad news for the hotels and unsuspecting guests alike.
Sue Ann Levy reports in the Toronto Sun that the Radisson Toronto East Hotel has been inundated with bad TripAdvisor and Expedia reviews from people who stayed there.
The reviews allege that some 400 refugees from Africa are occupying all but two floors of the hotel and that guests booking at the hotel are not informed of the situation before their stay.
According to Levy, people describe the hotel as dangerous, dirty and noisy — as a madhouse full of loitering refugees, with one guest claiming their young daughter was harassed by refugee men.
Levy found another review by someone purporting to be a former American marine claiming, “It's like this is a 911 training camp. There are suspicious people lurking around every corner and if I was not a marine I'd feel threatened. No female should stay there.”
Now, these reviews could be made up. Any guest can say anything they want, but these reviews line up with our reporting at RefugeeInvestigation.com.
Our exclusive access to information investigation at RefugeeInvestigation.ca, found that the government sponsored refugees were destroying Toronto area hotels in 2015 and 2016.
Reports from hotel managers said the refugees were causing fires in the rooms, urinating in the lobby, insisting on sex segregated Sharia swimming, stealing the appliances in the rooms, throwing away the donations generous Canadians had given them, sexually intimidating and harassing the female housekeeping staff, dangerously neglecting their children, and damaging the Bibles in the rooms.
We also discovered government bureaucrats trying to mislead Canadian families who were going to spend their hard earned after-tax dollars on what they were hoping would be a clean, safe hotel with fake TripAdvisor reviews to bolster the ratings of hotels that had complained about the bad reviews they were getting.
And, we finally have information that people were begging us to find out. We have the names of ten Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa area hotels that were used as refugee camps. Watch for us to roll those names out over the next week with the relevant TripAdvisor and Expedia reviews.
If the hotels aren't going to let Canadians know if they’re going to be booking a stay in a dangerous, sexually charged refugee camp, we will.