Another teenager has died as a result of a violent attack while taking transit in Canada. 

This time a 17-year-old victim in Surrey, British Columbia died after suffering serious wounds on Tuesday night. 

According to Surrey RCMP, the stabbing took place on a bus passing close to King George SkyTrain station. 

Authorities believe the attack was an “isolated incident” and the victim appeared to have been targeted. 

The teen was attacked just before 9:30 p.m. following an altercation with the suspect. 

The RCMP’s Integrated Homicide Investigation Team has taken over the file.

No suspects have been arrested to date. 

The incident comes after a series of attacks and stabbings on transit in British Columbia. On April 1, a passenger had his throat slashed in a random violent attack. 

Police arrested suspect Abdul Aziz Kawam as a result of the attack. 

Initially charged with attempted murder, the attack is now being investigated as a terror attack inspired by ISIS.

Last month, 16-year-old Gabriel Magalhaes lost his life after being randomly stabbed in an unprovoked attack while waiting at a Toronto subway station. 

22-year-old Jordan O’Brien-Tolbin was arrested and charged with first-degree murder. 

Police authorities and transit unions have called on all levels of government to step in and address the rising wave of violent random attacks across Canada.