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Appeal Registry: Court and Appeal

appeal registry: However, in a letter sent to the court, the federal government made it clear that it objects to the filing, according to Vancouver Courier. The letter further asks that the Federal Court of Appeal registry forward the appeal notice to the court for review. The notice of appeal from Helmut Oberlander comes even though a Federal Court judge recently ruled that Ottawa had acted reasonably in the case and limited his ability to appeal.article continues below Trending Stories Taiwanese large fried chicken spot 'Hot Star' is opening in Metro Vancouver'Bella Dolls' sex doll brothel has opened in Vancouver'Extremely cruel' Raccoon trapped, left to drown in garbage bin in Metro Vancouver'Keep up those snow dances' Snowfall recorded on Vancouver's North Shore mountains Lawyers for Oberlander, 94, of Waterloo, Ont., refused on Friday to discuss the appeal notice filed this week, so the legal underpinnings of their action were not immediately evident. The Ukraine-born Oberlander, who came to Canada in 1954 and became a citizen six years later, has steadfastly maintained he was just 17 when he was forced on pain of execution to join the Nazi death squad Einsatzkommando 10a, known as Ek 10a. In June 2017, the government revoked the retired businessman's citizenship for the fourth time since the mid-1990s, prompting his current effort to stave off deportation. The squad was responsible for killing close to 100,000 people, mostly Jewish. ( As reported in the news.