A coroner’s inquest will begin at the end of March into the death of Nadine Machiskinic.
The 29-year-old fell down a laundry chute at the Delta Hotel in Regina in 2015. She was found unresponsive, transported to hospital and died several hours later.
But conflicting reports into her death suggests the mother of two, who was known to struggle with addictions issues, had enough drugs in her system to make it unable for her to climb into the chute without assistance.
The Office of the Chief Coroner is responsible for an investigation of all sudden, unexpected deaths.
Regina Police Service closed its case without laying charges.
The purpose of an inquest is to establish who died, when and where that person died and the medical cause and manner of death. The coroner’s jury can also make recommendations to prevent further deaths.
Coroner Brent Gough will preside at the inquest.
It is set to run at the Queensbury Convention Centre March 27-31.