On March 22, a fire enveloped a school bus on the property which hosts Pastor Artur Pawlowski's church. This fire nearly leaped to the church building itself, which not only serves as a religious facility, but also a daycare which had children attending inside at the time.
Given previous events revolving around Pastor Artur Pawlowski, including a previous arson attempt against his home, there is heavy speculation that this may have been an arson attack.
Inversely it has been alleged by Carol Henke of the Calgary Fire Department that this was an accident caused by young children playing with matches inside the school bus, which led to the fire, scorched the church in the process.
Pastor Artur Pawlowski currently remains behind bars, and has been for over 40 days. He's facing trespassing and mischief over $5,000 criminal charges, sparked by the crime of giving an inspirational sermon to the truckers and farmers at the Coutts blockade as they faced off with the government at the border in a fight against lockdown and vaccine restrictions.
Pastor Artur became the first person charged under the Critical Infrastructure Defence Act in Alberta — for providing a sermon and advocating for peaceful defiance of government restrictions.
If you want to help the Pawlowskis' legal defence go to SaveArtur.com, where you can see the latest updates on his story, and donate to his legal fund.