An important facility Saanich B.C. Due to the fact that many of the best Canadian athletes were closed, the fire was deliberate at the beginning of the building in the morning.
Due to an unforeseen circumstance, the PISE facility will be closed today, November 25, 2018. The building will be updated at the time of its reopening. Thanks for your understanding
The police say the 30-year-old Victoria fireworks are continuing the Pacific Institute for Sports Excellence (PISE) and the exterior Camosun College Interurban Campus, a Business and Access Building (CBA) building.
PISE offers facilities and programming for senior athletes, including children and young people.
"It is formed by a number of world-class athletes in our country to train and work," said Dan Wood, Head of Operations at the Saanich Fire Department.
The firefighters replied to PISE's first fire after 2 hours of Sunday. While they were shut up, the crew was informed of another alarm from the building. Firefighters found a small fireplace inside, and the police suspected a scene.
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Const. Matt Cawsey released the release, breaking and slaughter, incending various charges that involve theft, robbery and theft and to suspect it.
Wood said someone was putting boxes and posters on the fire-bridge building lobby.
The second fire was quite small.
In the case of PISE, the damage was much higher. The reception area was placed on the fire, where computers, tables and benches were located. If the smoke and water in the PISE building is removed, it is clear that it is time to open again.
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The established fires are necessarily followed by another six nights on Halloween night between Saanich and Victoria.
Wood says it is a criminal offense.
"You know it's nonsense, and it hurts our citizens and their properties, and they also endanger them," he said. "There is no reason for this kind of behavior, it is definitely risky."