Man Arrested For Suspected Arson After CN Rail Building Burns

The fire started Sunday afternoon and went on for hours.

The RCMP has arrested a young man suspected of setting a CN Rail building in Prince Rupert, B.C. on fire.

Starting Sunday afternoon, the fire burned for hours, with the building left devastated. It had been unused for a while.

While authorities are claiming the arson doesn’t seem to related to illegal blockades and fires set on railway tracks, that remains to be seen.

The timing is certainly suspicious, and Canadians will surely be awaiting word on the identity and motive of the suspect when that is released.

You can watch a video of the blaze below:

Spencer Fernando

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alan skelhorne

the authorities do not think its related to the blockades. some people, especially liberals, will say that. however, the people on the right, knows it is, common sense will prevail.

Gary major

I’ve got 5$ that It’s connected to the protesters sadly there will be more!

Dave Allsopp

My first and only thought on who would do this is one of the non-native antifa-like goons who pretend to support the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs.
If it is a FN person it would be very bad for relationships between FN and the rest of Canada.
There are already bad feelings, some deserved, some not!
I’m praying that it is not a FN person.