The six-person jury at the inquest into the death of Nadine Machiskinic deliberated Thursday afternoon.
Inquest Coroner Brent Gough reminded the jury they are not to find guilt or assign blame.
Instead they are to identify the deceased and determine how, when, where and by what means the death occurred.
The jury can also make reasonable recommendations to prevent similar deaths from occurring.
Some of those questions are easier to answer.
Twenty-nine-year-old Machiskinic died following a 10-storey fall down the laundry chute of the Delta Hotel in January 2015.
Evidence was heard during the four days of inquest from EMS, police, toxicologists and the forensic pathologist which answers some of those questions.
What may be harder to establish is the manner in which Machiskinic died, with accidental or undetermined being the most likely rulings.
Despite all the evidence heard, Machiskinic’s family likely won’t receive an answer to the lingering question of whether she went into the laundry chute alone or whether someone was there to help.