Fifty-year-old John Stang will hear his fate Wednesday morning in front of what is expected a full courtroom.
Strang pleaded guilty to second degree murder after shooting his wife Lisa Strang in their home back in 2015 in the small village of McLean, east of Regina.
Lisa Strang was a well known Saskatchewan Party staffer at the time of her murder.
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After shooting his wife to death, John Strang was arrested outside North Battleford almost two days later after telling a separate person about his desires to rape and assault her.
Inside his car police found a plethora of loaded weapons, along with handcuffs and duct tape.
Both the crown and defense agreed to life in prison with no chance of parole for 17 years, however the judge will deliver her final decision today.