These Hotels Don’t Keep Their Word & Don’t Support Free Speech
The following establishments have broken contracts and, under pressure from minority lobbyists, cancelled free speech meetings. Supporters of liberty may wish to protest or may wish to keep these establishments’ contempt for legal obligations and free speech in mind when they travel to these cities.
Ontario Institute For Studies in Education cancelled Davod Irving speech, 1991 Lithuanian Hall, (416-532-3311; FAX 416-532-4745) broke contract with Canadian Association for Free Expression for a meeting featuring Ron Gostick, March, 1995
Lamplighter Inn. Cancelled speech featuring Paul Fromm, March, 1994
Delta Barrington ( Hank Stackhouse, Manager 902-429-7410; FAX 902-420-6524). Cancelled contract with Canadian Association for Free Expression for speech featuring Paul Fromm, April 18, 1997.
Fredericton Inn Motel (Ron Waite Manager; 506-455-1430). Cancelled contract for speech featuring Paul Fromm, April 19, 1997
Coast Terrace Inn (Werner Simm, Manager). Cancelled contract with Third Option for National Unity Committee for convention, October, 1996. Best Western City Centre Inn. (403-479-2042; FAX 403-474-2204) Cancelled contract with Canadian Association for Free Expression for speech featuring Paul Fromm, March 15, 1996
Surrey Inn (604-588-9511; FAX 604-588-7949; 1-800-663-0660) cancelled booking for Second Canadian Free Speech Conference, March 23, 1996, after complaints from Communist Party member David Lethbridge and grant collecting activist Alan Dutton of the Canadian Anti-Racism Education Research Society. [See CAFE press Statement]