What are the limits of the jurisdictional and other errors which can override s. 22.2(d) of the Citizenship Act requiring certified questions, and what should the process threshold test be in assessing those errors by the Court of Appeal? — Is the issue of the impartiality of the Governor in Council in citizenship revocation matters a separate, divisible, decision, such that s. 22.2(d) of the Citizenship Act does not apply? — Is the test of reasonable apprehension of bias limited to the perception of the conscious or unconscious predispositions of the judge on judicial review, or does it also include the perspective of the public viewing the matter, regardless of the judge’s predispositions? — dismissed 12/05/2019 — Supreme Advocacy acted as agents for the Applicant.