B.C. Supreme Court Justice Catherine Bruce finished delivering her legal instructions to jurors on Saturday evening and they were to begin deliberations Sunday morning.
The 12-member jury will consider the fates of John Nuttall and Amanda Korody, who face charges of conspiracy to commit murder, placing an explosive in a public place and possession of an explosive substance.
The Crown alleged Nuttall and Korody were the only members of a home-grown terrorist group, whose goal was linked to the radical form of Islam they followed.
Their defence lawyers told the jury that police manipulated their clients into planting the home-made pressure-cooker bombs in an elaborate months-long undercover operation.
The jury watched weeks of video and audio surveillance of Nuttall and Korody during a sting operation that involved more than 240 officers.
Note to readers: This is a corrected story. An earlier version incorrectly said the jury had begun deliberations.