Today I'm bringing you the names of three more Ontario hotels that housed Syrian refugees as confirmed in exclusive federal government access to information documents.
Since our story first broke about the shocking behaviour of Syrian refugees in Canadian hotels that housed them, I've had a barrage of requests for the names of the hotels involved in the refugee program.
Understandably, hotel guests didn't want to stay in a place where refugees were starting fires, sexually harassing housekeeping staff, neglecting their children, urinating anywhere they felt pleased and destroying Bibles.
You can see all my reports about the mayhem in the hotels and the supporting federal government access to information documents at RefugeeInvestigation.com.
I finally got access to the names of ten hotels and previously reported on the Ottawa West Travelodge, and the Kitchener Howard Johnson. Today, I can give you the names of three more: Holiday Inn Express in London Ontario, the London Extended Stay, and the London Econolodge.
Depending on how you look at it, there’s good news. There weren’t any bad refugee-related reviews for two of these hotels and minimal bad refugee-related reviews for the third.
But the reason for this could be due to some TripAdvisor meddling.
Watch as I show you what happened when a viewer tried to leave a TripAdvisor review at a hotel exposed by Sue-Ann Levy of the Toronto Sun as one that was housing illegal migrants self-deporting from the United States.
TripAdvisor is admitting to censoring and withholding reviews for these hotels because they've been exposed in the news as refugee hotels.
While I don’t agree with this, I understand why TripAdvisor might be doing this due to the way it and Yelp can often be weaponized against businesses by disgruntled employees or people with an agenda.
But the onus is on TripAdvisor to ensure legitimate customers, and not fakers, are leaving reviews, as opposed to just censoring all reviews across the board.
There has to be a better way because it looks like TripAdvisor is no longer protecting the consumer.
Stay tuned for my next video where I’ll give you the names of three more refugee hotels the government doesn't want you to know about.