A five-day public inquest into the death of Shauna Wolf begins at the Prince Albert Court of Queens Bench Monday.
On Dec. 27, 2015, Wolf, who was 27 years old at the time, was found unresponsive in her cell at the Pine Grove Correctional Centre in Prince Albert.
She was later pronounced dead in hospital.
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Police are still investigating Wolf’s death, but have said foul play has been ruled out, since she was alone in her cell at the time.
However, Wolf’s father has spoken out, questioning whether his daughter received adequate care in her time of need.
Under provincial law, an inquest is required for anyone in Saskatchewan who dies while in custody, unless the coroner determines the death was not preventable and due to natural causes.
The inquest, presided by coroner Neil Robertson, ends on Friday.