The names of those identified are:
- Kathy Clusiault, 24 years old
- Élodie Turcotte, 18 years old
- Yannick Bouchard, 36 years old
- Karine Lafontaine, 35 years old
- Maxime Dubois, 27 years old
- Mélissa Roy, 29 years old
The identity of 93-year-old Éliane Parenteau was first released July 11.
Guilbault said an additional victim has been identified, and that person's name will be released to the public Monday morning.
The bodies of 33 victims have been discovered in the days since the derailment and explosion in the Quebec town of 6,000.
Emergency crews continue to search the red zone — the area most affected by the disaster — for the remaining victims. Of the 50 people missing and presumed dead, another 17 are unaccounted for.
At a news conference Saturday afternoon, Quebec provincial police Insp. Michel Forget said firefighters from more than 60 forces across Canada and the U.S. are assisting in searching the red zone, facing extreme heat and dangerous fumes from contaminated soil.
Forget described the search as being like an "archeological dig," that will likely take weeks of digging through rubble, involving specialized crews.
Forget said firefighters stopped their work in the stifling heat of the disaster zone at noon Saturday to observe a moment of silence for the 50 victims.
“All worked stopped and it was a very emotional moment for them,” Forget said.
Last Saturday, the small community in Quebec’s Eastern Townships was rocked by a train derailment and explosion that took out most of the town's centre. The train was carrying more than 70 cars of crude oil.