EDS - Reclamation Certificates and E-Payment

EDS - Reclamation Certificates and E-Payment
Electronic Disposition System - Reclamation
Certificates and E-Payment User Manual
Land Dispositions Branch
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Disclaimer
In this disclaimer provision:
“Crown” means Her Majesty the Queen in right of the Province of Alberta;
“Minister” means the Minister responsible of the Alberta Sustainable Resource Development;
“Their employees” means and includes each, any and every officer, employee, servant and agent of either or
both of the Crown and the Minister and without limiting the generality of the foregoing, and includes
employees of the Crown and the Minister employed in Alberta Sustainable Resource Development.
“EDS” means the Electronic Disposition System and all programs, hardware, documentation, functions and
services forming a part thereof or associate therewith.
The Crown, the Minister and their employees and the contractors and technical advisors of the aforesaid:
(a) Make no warranty or representation, whether expressed or implied, to any person with respect to this
material or documentation of EDS or as to the service, performance, quality, merchantability or fitness of
any part of the aforesaid for any purpose; and
(b) Shall not be liable for any action, damages or claims, whether occasioned by negligence or otherwise, that
any person, user, Subscriber or any employees of the aforesaid may hereafter have, allege or become
entitled to (including but not limited to any claim of third-party contribution of indemnity, any economic
or moral loss, or direct, immediate, special, indirect or consequential damages which do, may, or are
alleged to arise as a result of:
(i) The use of this material or documentation or EDS or any service connection therewith; or
(ii) Any error or omissions in data or any loss or partial loss of data or incomplete retrieval of
information, even if any or all of the Crown, the Minister or their employees were advised of the
possibility of such risk, action, claims or damages, including damages sustained or actions
brought by third parties and claims made against the Subscriber by third parties.
The entire risk of loss relating to or associated with the quality and performance of EDS and any product and
results thereof shall be assumed by the Subscriber and by any other user of EDS.
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Table of Contents
1.0
EDS Overview .............................................................................................................................4
1.1 Hours of Operations ......................................................................................................................4
1.2 EDS Use Restrictions ....................................................................................................................4
1.2.1
Dispositions Restrictions ......................................................................................................4
1.2.2
Reclamation Certificate Application Submissions Restrictions ...........................................4
1.3 Attachment Requirements .............................................................................................................5
1.3.1
Documents ............................................................................................................................5
1.3.2
Request for Reclamation Certificate “Upstream Oil and Gas” Application Package ..........5
1.3.3
Request for Reclamation Certificate “Oil Sands Exploration Programs” and “Coal
Exploration Programs” .........................................................................................................................5
1.3.4
Request for Reclamation Certificate “Sand and Gravel” or “Other” ....................................6
1.4 EDS URL ......................................................................................................................................6
1.5 Navigation .....................................................................................................................................6
2.0
2.1
EDS Front Page ...........................................................................................................................7
Help ...............................................................................................................................................8
3.0
Reclamation Certificate Application Submissions Screens.....................................................8
3.1 Client ID Search ............................................................................................................................8
3.2 Client Search Results and “Add Disposition” Form ...................................................................10
3.2.1
Client Search Results ..........................................................................................................10
3.2.2
“Add Disposition” Form .....................................................................................................12
3.3 File Upload Attachment Screen ..................................................................................................13
3.4 Submission Review / Confirmation ............................................................................................15
3.5 TD Secure Credit Card Payment Screen .....................................................................................17
3.6 Payment Success and Failure Screens ........................................................................................18
3.7 Successful Reclamation Submission Screen ...............................................................................19
4.0
Using EDS to submit a reclamation certificate application ..................................................19
5.0
Getting Support.........................................................................................................................21
Appendix – A – Reclamation Certificate Application Submission PDF Form ...............................22
Appendix – B – Reclamation Certificate Application Submission Payment Email Receipt ..........23
Appendix – C - Reclamation Certificate Application Submission Confirmation Email ................24
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EDS Overview
EDS is an online service that allows clients to submit specified applications/amendments and documents for
surface dispositions to SRD electronically. Presently EDS has 4 subsystems:
Surface Dispositions allows for submission of specified purpose codes for License of Occupation
(LOC), Mineral Surface Lease (MSL), Pipeline Agreement (PLA), Pipeline Installation Lease (PIL),
Easement (EZE), Vegetation Control (VCE) and Rural Electrification Association (REA) disposition
types.
Surface Material Lease allows for submission of Surface Material Lease (SML) and associated
License of Occupation (LOC) dispositions.
Disposition Maintenance has:
o AOA Maintenance which allows for submission of Area Operating Agreement (AOA)
Monthly Status Reports and
o Site Entry Submissions which allows clients to submit site entries for their Enhanced
Approval Process (EAP) applications
Reclamation Certificate Application Submissions allows for submissions of applications for
reclamation certificates on Public Land.
Public Land Disposition Enhanced Approval for submissions of upstream oil and gas activities.
Application/Amendment Status Check Request for inquiries about processing of submitted activity
applications.
For details about each of the subsystems please review the individual User Manual.
EDS will allow clients to submit applications and amendments during extended hours. It will also provide
validation of selected data fields at the client workstation thereby assisting the client to minimize the opportunity
for errors on the submission.
Applications that are accepted by EDS for uploading to Land Standing Automated System (LSAS) will be
assigned an activity number by EDS and emailed back to the client along with a copy of the application. The
opportunity that will be provided by this automated system will ensure that clients are provided with efficient and
consistent service.
1.1
Hours of Operations
EDS Support help desk is available Monday to Friday 8:15 am to 4:30 pm except statutory
holidays. The system is available from 6:30 am to 10:00 pm everyday.
1.2
EDS Use Restrictions
1.2.1
Dispositions Restrictions
EDS is limited to MSL, LOC, PLA, PIL, EZE, VCE, SML and REA disposition types for processing
applications and amendments.
Applications or amendments processed using EDS at this time must have only one applicant.
The maximum number of different dispositions types on a plan is two.
Confirmation Number can only be used once.
One selected purpose for each disposition type only.
Multiple plans for an activity will not be accepted.
Clients and stakeholders involved must be active and registered in LSAS
Successful submission does not denote approval by the Crown
1.2.2
Reclamation Certificate Application Submissions Restrictions
When accessing the Reclamation Certificate Request option, the certificate is restricted to one client identification
number, the holder can not be cancelled and the disposition is required to be in their name. We require the user to
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be restricted to one Mineral Surface Lease (MSL) per request. The user must check at least one (1) schedule to be
required for attachment. Users can not use a Pipeline Agreement (PLA) as an associated facility but must
complete a request for reclamation certificate individually. The user must indicate that the request is not within a
special areas or provincial park area, therefore not allowing the request to continue. The user must have an option
to be able to submit more than one certificate per session for e-payment purposes.
Dispositions Reclamation Maintenance is restricted to the submission for a ‘Request for Reclamation Certificate’
and is to be used for the cancellation of activities which fall under the definition of ‘specified land” under the
Alberta Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act.
The holder is not to send copies to the Public Land District Offices unless a Grazing Reserve is involved and they
are the registered owner of the reserve.
All information is to be on standard 8.5” X 11” paper and is to be single sided.
1.3
Attachment Requirements
1.3.1
Documents
All documents submitted to the department other than the plan submission package and the AOA Monthly Status
Report must be in a Microsoft Word (.doc) or portable document format (PDF). Documents that require imaging
must be scanned to the following standard and converted into a PDF format for submission.
Black & white 300 dpi
Colour
150 dpi
The file naming must not contain spaces or more than one dot (period). Use of special characters such as *, -, (, ),
@, %, $, or % are not allowed in the file name.
Reclamation Request Documents required for submission are:
Cover Letter
Application Package including the application form and all applicable schedules which can include:
Schedule One, Attachments, Schedule Two, Phase 1, Environmental Site Assessment, Schedule Three,
Drilling Waste Documentation, Schedule Four, Phase 2 Environmental Site Assessment and Schedule
Five, Reclamation Information
1.3.2
Request for Reclamation Certificate “Upstream Oil and Gas” Application Package
When submitting a Request for Reclamation Certificate for Upstream Oil and Gas, a zip package must contain:
Cover Letter
Use the Current Wellsite Reclamation application form which can be found on the Environment website
at: environment.alberta.ca
All applicable schedules [Schedules one (1) to five (5)]
Electronic payment in the amount of &700.00 (Seven Hundred Dollars)
1.3.3
Request for Reclamation Certificate “Oil Sands Exploration Programs” and “Coal
Exploration Programs”
When submitting an application for Reclamation certificate for exploration programs, a zip package must contain:
Cover Letter
Use the Current Wellsite Reclamation application form which can be found at environment.alberta.ca and
search for “Wellsite reclamation certificate application process”.
All applicable schedules [Schedules one (1) to five (5)]
Electronic payment in the amount of $300.00 (Three Hundred Dollars)
Follow the Coal and Oil Sands Exploration Reclamation Requirements Directive 2010-01 at
srd.alberta.ca
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1.3.4
Request for Reclamation Certificate “Sand and Gravel” or “Other”
When submitting an application for Reclamation Certificate for sand and gravel or other dispositions requiring a
reclamation certificate, a zip package must contain:
Cover Letter
Use the current “Surface Materials Reclamation Certificate Request” form located at srd.alberta.ca and
Plan (Highlighted in yellow)
Electronic payment in the amount of $300.00 (Three Hundred Dollars)
1.4 EDS URL
Within the address bar of the browser, type the following URL: https://securexnet.env.gov.ab.ca/eds_login.html
1.5 Navigation
EDS functions like most web applications, other than the Enter and Back keys on your browser. Please use the
buttons provided to navigate to the pages required.
Buttons
Submit
Back
Correct
Browse
Cancel
Next
Finish
Display & Print Form
Description
This button is located on the bottom of the review page. When the button is
selected the data provided is committed to the database.
This button is located on the bottom of most pages. The button is selected to go
back to the previous page.
This button is available when the system detects that there is an error in the data
provided. Selecting the button allow the uses to go to the page with the error.
This button is used to browse for the attachments. Selecting this button opens a
file-browsing window. Select the file required by highlighting the file, or double
clicking on the file and select the OPEN button on the window.
This button is used to return to the main page.
This button is located at the bottom of most pages. Selecting this button forwards
to the next page in the process.
This button is located on the successful submission page (the last button in
submitting a successful application or amendment). Selecting this button returns
you to the main page.
This button enables you to print or save the application or amendment form.
Selecting this button launches Adobe Reader where you can select to save or print
the files.
Hyper Link
Click here to correct the
above form
This Link is located under each form in the Submission Review page. This gives
the user an opportunity to make corrections to a form.
Click here to correct
attachments
This Link is located under each form in the Submission Review page. This gives
the user an opportunity to make corrections to the attachments.
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2.
EDS Front Page
After successfully signing on, Industry Clients will be presented with a menu that offers three service options.
The service options are:
Public Land Disposition Applications & Amendments
o Create applications
o Amend dispositions
o Amend two associated dispositions
o Amend One of two associated dispositions
o Amend an existing disposition and create a new associated disposition
o Plan package submission for paper applications and amendments
Area Operating Agreement Maintenance
o Submission for AOA Monthly Reports
Reclamation Certificate Application Submissions
o Submit an application for a reclamation certificate
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2.1
Help
The three Help function, located at the top of the page is
“Contact Us”, “EDS Website” and “Help”.
● Selecting ‘Contact Us’ will generate an email to
[email protected] where you can indicate any
questions or comments.
● Selecting ‘EDS Website’ will forward you to the EDS
website where you can browse information available.
● Selecting ‘Help’ will launch the EDS Online Help.
The Online Help will show a number of topics are
displayed.
To print any topic right click your mouse and select
print.
For information on Electronic Disposition System, go
to srd.alberta.ca and search for EDS.
http://srd.alberta.ca/FormsOnlineServices/IndustryOnli
neServices/ElectronicDispositionSystem/EDSFAQ.asp
x
3.
Reclamation Certificate Application Submissions Screens
3.1
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Client Search Screen Components
The following table lists all elements available on this screen:
Field or button name
Properties
Name/Remarks
Applicant Client ID
TEXT
ENTRY, M
APPLICANT CLIENT ID
This is the pre-assigned ID used to identify the applicant
Cancel
BUTTON
CANCEL
Clicking this button will cancel the service and return to the
Industry Client menu
Next
BUTTON
NEXT
Clicking this button will trigger a validation of the APPLICANT
CLIENT ID. If valid, the Client Search Results screen will be
displayed. If not valid, an error screen will be displayed.
Label in red
TEXT
TEXT
A notice that states: “Reclamation Certificate Application
within Private Land, Special Areas or Provincial Parks cannot
be submitted online. Please apply to Alberta Environment
(Regulatory Approval Centre).”
Legend:
M
O
:
:
Mandatory field
Optional field
Error message will display
Client ID entered must be 10-digit
number
Client ID must match LSAS record
Client ID must be valid and active
Client ID cannot be of type “Mineral”
Client ID entered is not validated against the
stakeholder name
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3.2
3.2.1
Client Search Results and “Add Disposition” Form
Client Search Results
Client Search Results Screen Components
The following table lists all elements available on this screen:
Field or button name
Properties
Name/Remarks
Applicant Client ID
DISPLAY
ONLY
APPLICANT CLIENT ID
This is the APPLICANT CLIENT ID specified on the previous
screen.
Organization Name
DISPLAY
ONLY
ORGANIZATION NAME
This is the name of the applicant organization.
Address
DISPLAY
ONLY
ADDRESS
This is the street address of the organization.
City
DISPLAY
ONLY
CITY
This is the city associated with the address of the organization.
Province/State
DISPLAY
ONLY
PROVINCE/STATE
This is the province or state associated with the address of the
organization.
Postal/Zip
DISPLAY
ONLY
POSTAL/ZIP
This is the postal or zip code associated with the address of the
organization.
Country
DISPLAY
ONLY
COUNTRY
This is the country associated with the address of the
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Field or button name
Properties
Name/Remarks
organization.
Contact
DISPLAY
ONLY
CONTACT
DISPLAY
ONLY
EMAIL ADDRESS
Digital Reply Email
Address
TEXTBOX
DIGITAL REPLY EMAIL ADDRESS
Back
BUTTON
BACK
Clicking this button triggers a return to the Client Search screen.
Next
BUTTON
NEXT
Clicking this button will trigger a validation of the APPLICANT
CLIENT ID. If valid, the Applicant Search Result screen will be
displayed. If not valid, an error screen will be displayed.
Email Address
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O
This is the name of the contact person applying for the
reclamation certificate
This is the email address of the contact person applying for the
reclamation certificate
This is the email address where a confirmation email will be
sent once a request for a reclamation certificate has been
submitted.
:
:
Mandatory field
Optional field
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3.2.2
“Add Disposition” Form
On the same page as the client search results, below the client search results, there is a button called “Add
Disposition”. On clicking the button, the client gets a form where the activity number, type, and associated
facilities can be specified.
“Add Disposition” Form Screen Components
The following table lists all elements available on this screen:
Field or button name
Properties
Name/Remarks
BUTTON
ADD DISPOSITION
Disposition
Add Disposition
Clicking this button adds a form with the following fields.
Activity Number, Activity Type, Associated Facilities. Up to 3
such forms can be added, meaning that only one main and up to
two associated dispositions can be applied for per submission
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Field or button name
Properties
Name/Remarks
session.
Activity Number
TEXT
ENTRY
ACTIVITY NUMBER
CHECKBO
XES
ACTIVITY TYPE
CHECKBO
XES
ASSOCIATED FACILITIES
CHECKBO
XES
REQUEST PACKAGE
Activity Type
Associated Facilities
The unique number associated with the surface disposition for
which a reclamation certificate is being sought.
The type of the surface disposition.
The associated facilities of the surface disposition.
Request Package
Request Package
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M
O
:
:
Used to indicate which schedules are being included with the
reclamation certificate application.
Mandatory field
Optional field
File Upload Attachment Screen
File Upload Attachment Screen Components
The following table lists all elements available on this screen:
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Field or button name
Properties
Name/Remarks
Browse
BUTTON
BROWSE
Clicking this button will invoke a dialogue to locate and select
the required file.
Upload
BUTTON
UPLOAD
Clicking this button will initiate the file upload, and the user
will have to wait until it’s indicated the Upload is complete.
Back
BUTTON
BACK
Clicking this button will return to the previous screen.
Next
BUTTON
NEXT
Clicking this button will load the submission review /
confirmation page.
Legend:
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O
:
:
Mandatory field
Optional field
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Submission Review Screen Components
The following table lists all elements available on this screen:
Field or button name
Properties
Name/Remarks
Fields “Client ID”
through “Email
Address”
TEXT
FIELDS
SEE SECTION 3.2.1
See section 3.2.1
Disposition
TEXT
FIELD
DISPOSITION
The portion of the page listing the dispositions (or activities)
and their respective activity types and associated facilities for
which a reclamation certificate is being sought – as entered on
the form described in section 3.2.2.
Activity Number
TEXT
FIELD
ACTIVITY NUMBER
The unique number associated with the surface disposition for
which a reclamation certificate is being sought – as entered on
the form described in section 3.2.2.
Activity Type
TEXT
FIELD
ACTIVITY TYPE
The activity type – as entered in the form described in section
3.2.2.
Associated Facilities
TEXT
FIELD
ASSOCIATED FACILITIES
The facilities associated with the disposition – as entered in the
form described in section 3.2.2.
Request Package
TEXT
FIELD
REQUEST PACKAGE
The portion of the page listing and indicating for which
schedules checkboxes were checked and for which they
weren’t.
Schedule One through
Schedule Five
TEXT
FIELD
SCHEDULE ONE (TWO, …, FIVE)
The text fields show, one by one, which schedules were
checked and which were not – as entered in the form described
in section 3.2.2.
Upload File
TEXT
FIELD
UPLOAD FILE
The field shows the name of the zip file being submitted.
Application Fee
TEXT
FIELD
APPLICATION FEE
The field shows the application fee the client is being charged
(once they click the PaybyCreditCard button and successfully
complete the payment).
Back
BUTTON
BACK
Button that allows the client to go back to the previous screen.
Cancel
BUTTON
CANCEL
Button that allows the client to cancel and return to the main
EDS menu.
PaybyCreditCard
BUTTON
PAYBYCREDITCARD
Button that redirects the client to the Eigendev/Mirapay site,
using which the client will be able to electronically pay for the
submission.
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O
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:
Mandatory field
Optional field
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3.5
TD Secure Credit Card Payment Screen
MiraPay Secure Credit Card Payment Screen Components
The following table lists all elements available on this screen:
Field or button name
Properties
Name/Remarks
Invoice/Order Number
TEXT
FIELD
INVOICE/ORDER NUMBER
The merchant that is receiving the payment.
Amount
TEXT
FIELD
AMOUNT
The amount the client is being charged for their application.
Name on card
TEXT
ENTRY
BOX
NAME ON CARD
The client’s name.
Credit Card Type
DROPDOWN
MENU
CREDIT CARD TYPE
The credit card type which will be processed for the application
fee.
Credit Card Number
TEXT
CREDIT CARD NUMBER
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Field or button name
Properties
ENTRY
BOX
Name/Remarks
The credit card number which will be processed for the
application fee.
Expiry Date
DROPDOWN
MENU
EXPIRY DATE
The expiry date for the credit card.
Credit Card CVD
TEXT
ENTRY
BOX
CREDIT CARD CVD
The 3-digit security number located on the back of the card.
Submit Payment
BUTTON
SUBMIT PAYMENT
On pressing the button the system will attempt to process the
payment and the client will be redirected to either an
“Approved” page if successful or “Declined” page if not
successful.
Cancel Payment
BUTTON
CANCEL PAYMENT
This allows the client to cancel the payment.
Legend:
3.6
M
O
:
:
Mandatory field
Optional field
Payment Success and Failure Screens
MiraPay Success and Failure Screen Components
See sections 3.4 and 3.7 for the tables listing all the
elements on the above screens.
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3.7
Successful Reclamation Submission Screen
Successful Reclamation Submission Screen Components
The following table lists all elements available on this screen:
Field or button name
Properties
Name/Remarks
Display and Print Form BUTTON
DISPLAY AND PRINT FORM
Clicking the button downloads the reclamation certificate
application form in PDF format.
Finish
BUTTON
FINISH
Clicking the finish button redirects the client to the main EDS
menu.
Create New Request
BUTTON
CREATE NEW REQUEST
Allows the client to go directly to the reclamation certificate
application page to apply for reclamation certificates for more
dispositions.
Legend:
4.
M
O
:
:
Mandatory field
Optional field
Using EDS to submit a reclamation certificate application
Before you can use EDS to submit a reclamation certificate application, all of the below conditions must be met.
In most cases the conditions will be met, but on the off chance that they’re not, here are some tips:
1. Check that cookies are enabled in Internet Explorer. This is how you enable them for Internet Explorer
6.0 or greater:
a. Select “Internet Options” from the Tools menu.
b. Click on the “Privacy” tab.
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c. Click the “Default” button under “Settings” (if it’s grayed out it means cookies are already
enabled).
d. Click “OK”
2. Check that Java is installed: java.com. And if it isn’t, install it from: java.com.
3. Enable JavaScript if it isn’t already enabled:
a. Click “Internet Options” from the Tools menu.
b. Click on the “Security” tab.
c. Click the “Custom Level” button.
d. Enable “Active scripting” under the “Scripting” section.
e. Confirm that you want to change the security settings for the zone by clicking “Yes” if you get a
warning.
f. Click “OK”
4. Check that your browser has 128 bit encryption. To check Internet Explorer, click the “Help” menu and
then “About Internet Explorer”. Look for a line that says “Cipher Strength: 128-bit”. If you don’t have it,
upgrade Internet Explorer to a newer version: microsoft.com
And here are the steps required for submitting a reclamation certificate application:
1. Open up Internet Explorer and surf to https://securexnet.env.gov.ab.ca/eds_login.html and click the “the
Electronic Disposition System” link. A new window opens.
2. Enter in your SecureXNET username (it should have the format john.smith – first name, a period, and last
name) and your password, choose “GOA Client” for Account Type and click Login. You’re redirected to
the EDS login screen.
3. Enter in your EDS username (it usually has the format jsmith – first letter of first name and last name) and
password. You’re logged in and looking at a menu with the third link being “3. Reclamation Certificate
Application Submissions”.
4. Click the link mentioned above in step 3: “3. Reclamation Certificate Application Submissions”.
5. Enter in the Applicant Client ID and click Next. You’re redirected to the “Request for Reclamation
Certificate” page.
6. Check the email address field (to the right of the Client ID address table) that it is the correct one. If not,
change it. An email acknowledging your submission as well as a payment receipt will be sent to that
email address.
7. Below the Client ID Address tables there is an “Add Disposition” button. Click it and enter in the activity
number, select its type and associated facilities using the provided checkboxes. (Repeat up to 2 more
times if you’re applying for a reclamation certificate for 3 dispositions.)
8. Check the checkboxes below the disposition form(s) to indicate which schedules you’re including with
your application.
9. Click Next. You’re redirected to a File Upload page. Here you’re able to upload your zipped files
pertaining to the RC application. If this is your first time using EDS to submit an RC application, you’ll
have to install an ActiveX control.
10. If you don’t have to ActiveX control installed, click the yellow bar just above the EDS page inside
Internet Explorer. Now click Install ActiveX control.
11. After the ActiveX control is installed, and the upload applet starts up, click the Browse button and
navigate to and double-click your zipped submission files.
12. Click Upload and wait for the status to say Upload is complete!.
13. Click Next. You’re redirected to the confirmation page. Check over the information to make sure
everything is alright.
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Click PaybyCreditCard. You’re redirected to EigenDev’s MiraPay site.
Enter in your Credit Card Number and Expiry Date.
Click Complete Payment. You’re redirected to either an “Approved” or “Declined” page.
Click Close Window. Back in EDS you’re either seeing the message “Your submission has been
accepted” or still the review/confirmation page informing you that the submission/transaction wasn’t
successfully processed.
18. Either click Finish, Display and Print Form, or Create New Request if you’ve successfully
submitted, or resubmit and correct the credit card number and/or expiry date if the payment didn’t
succeed.
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Getting Support
If there are any problems with the SecureXNET login contact the GoA help at 780-427-4357 and select option 1.
EDS Support Team
Phone enquiries regarding login accounts/passwords or system problems should be directed to:
Alex Crosland – (780) 415-4609
Sharon Yap – (780) 422-2518
Raquel Penedo – (780) 415-4613
Krystian Staniszewski – (780) 644-1862
Pauline Peterson, Team Lead – (780) 415-4612
Lands Division Reception – (780) 427-3570
System and Documentation Feedback
Please send any feedback or suggestions to [email protected]
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Appendix - A – Reclamation Certificate Application Submission PDF Form
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Appendix - B – Reclamation Certificate Application Submission Payment
Email Receipt
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Appendix - C Reclamation Certificate Application Submission Confirmation
Email
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