We are of the view that an appeal based on a reasonable apprehension of bias is an exception to the privative clause precluding an appeal from a determination that a security certificate is reasonable: see Canada v. Tobiass, 1997 CanLII 322 (SCC),  3 R.C.S. 391.
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