There is a strong presumption in favour of the impartiality of the trier of fact. Where a party seeks the recusal or disqualification of a judge, allegations of judicial bias will have to overcome the strong presumption of judicial impartiality. See Bailey v. Barbour, supra, at para. 19. Analysis
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