Public health officials said on Friday that coroner investigations will be completed to confirm that the reported fatalities are all heat related.
A record-breaking heat wave is smothering parts of central and eastern Canada.
Numerous victims were men over the age of 50 living alone in private apartments and seniors' residences, according to David Kaiser of Montreal's public health department.
While hot weather is expected to remain in Quebec next week, Serge Mainville of Environment Canada says it will be a dry heat.
The other victims were reported in the southwest of the French-Canadian province, the Quebec health ministry said.
The temperature is set to rise again in Montreal by the end of the weekend, however, with the humidex expected to reach up to 36 C for Sunday and Monday.
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"Usually these kinds of heat waves last for three, four, five days, but this one lasted for seven days, and that doesn't happen quite often", said Alexandre Parent, a meteorologist with Environment Canada.
None of the victims had air conditioning and many died inside of their homes, says Kaiser.
Officials urge people to drink plenty of water and stay in the shade, to go to the neighbors and be interested in their health.
In Montreal was 28 deaths, in the Mauricie region killed 7 people, in the regions of Laval, Laurentide and Lanode - 1 fatal case, in Estrie, nine people were killed, and of Monteria - six.
"Most of the deaths are a result of chronic illnesses, but due to the high temperatures, it is possible to conclude that the heat has contributed to the high number of deaths".