A public inquest into the death of Shauna Wolf will take place next month at the Prince Albert Court of Queens Bench.
In December, 2015, Wolf, who was 27 at the time was found unresponsive in her cell at Pine Grove Correctional Centre in Prince Albert.
Wolf, who was a recovering heroin addict at the time was taken to a Prince Albert hospital where she was later pronounced dead.
A death inquest is usually called when someone dies while in custody, unless the coroner is satisfied the person died from natural causes.
Police are still investigating Wolf’s death, however foul play is not suspected as she was alone in her cell at the time.
Wolf’s father has been publicly questioning whether enough was done to help his daughter or not.
The inquest will be held from May 1 to 5.