Sault president sues Conestoga president over heated in exchange in February

Sault College and Sault President David Orazietti have launched a civil lawsuit against Conestoga College and Conestoga President John Tibbits. The lawsuit follows a heated exchange that occurred between the presidents earlier this year. According to Bay Today, Sault and Orazietti are claiming $200K in damages over allegations of “false, malicious and defamatory statements” made by Tibbits. The claim alleges that certain comments made by Tibbits damaged the reputation of both Sault and Orazietti. The claim was filed in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice; a statement of defence has reportedly not yet been filed.

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