The Alberta RCMP Forestry Crime Unit, in collaboration with Alberta Wildfire, is investigating after several fires were reported, between April 22 and May 22, along Hwy 881, between Anzac, and Lac La Biche..Anzac and Lac La Biche are located 245 km and 200 km, respectively, northeast of Edmonton.."Thankfully, all fires were quickly contained without the loss of structures in the area. The investigation has determined that these fires were set deliberately," the Alberta RCMP stated.."While the RCMP continues to investigate these occurrences, we are asking for the public’s assistance to report any suspicious activity during this time period.".READ MORE: Lac La Biche RCMP investigating Anglican Church fire.On Canada Day, St. Andrew's Anglican Church in Lac La Biche sustained serious damage from a fire..On Saturday, just before 7 a.m., Lac La Biche RCMP, Lac La Biche Fire Department and County Peace Officers responded to a structure fire..St. Andrews Anglican Church, within the townsite, was ablaze. As a result of the fire, the church sustained significant damage inside and out..Officials say, at this time, the cause of the fire remains under investigation..READ MORE: Smith bringing in arson investigators from outside the province to probe wildfires.In June, Alberta Premier Danielle Smith said the UCP government will be bringing in arson investigators from outside the province to trace the cause of the wildfires..In an interview with Real Talk Ryan Jespersen, Smith said she is concerned about arson when it comes to about 175 wildfires in Alberta with no known cause..Jespersen mentioned to Smith that the hot and dry conditions that allow fires to grow are part of a "changing climate."."We've had experts on the show telling us that arson is not a leading cause of wildfires based on the science," Jespersen said..Smith told Jespersen she thinks he is watching the same number of stories about arson in the province as she is.."I'm very concerned that there are arsonists," Smith said.."And there have been stories, as well, that we're investigating and we're bringing in arson investigators from outside the province."