There's an emergency situation underway at Langara College on West 49th Avenue in Vancouver.
According to the school's Twitter feed, all classes have been cancelled in the T building.
A subsequent tweet instructs people to stay clear of yellow taped areas.
"We are continuing to investigate the incident on campus," the school stated in a third tweet. "Please vacate immediately and watch for updates."
Emergency services personnel are on the scene.
When one person asked if an earlier tweet only referred to the T building/library, Langara responded: "The whole campus."
The Straight will provide more information as it becomes available.
The Langara Voice has reported that fires started in the T building earlier today.
Langara journalism student Jennifer Blake has reported on her Twitter feed that the evacuation is due to arson in the T building.
The 12,000-square-metre building included many state-of-the-art facilities when it opened in 2016 at a cost of $48.9 million.
It's home to the biology, chemistry, and physics department and includes labs for students in computer science and information systems, as well as kinesiology and nursing.
West 49th Avenue has been closed between Ontario and Columbia streets, according to the college.
Vancouver police have confirmed over its Twitter feed that the evacuation of Langara College is due to a fire.
Langara College has asked anyone who say anything suspicious in the T building to contact Vancouver police immediately at 9-1-1.
Vancouver police say it appears as though a fire at Langara College was "deliberately set".
TransLink police arrested a suspect in Surrey around 4 p.m. Vancouver police have found several incendiary devices on-campus and are expected to continue their search into the evening.
Langara College has announced that all classes have been cancelled on Tuesday (April 2) at the main campus on West 49th Avenue.
Vancouver police announced on April 2 that they have arrested and charged 23-year-old Nasradin Abdusamad Ali in relation to the fires.