Emergency funding is coming to an end for Fort McMurray wildfire evacuees.
The province says almost $100 million has been paid out to 96,000 people who were forced to flee their homes in early May.
The money was intended to cover immediate housing needs, to help with day-to-day purchases and to limit out-of-pocket expenses.
Longer-term supports are now available to help fire victims rebuild, so the government is ending the emergency payment program at the end of this month.
Eligible Albertans who have not yet applied for wildfire relief funding have until the end of the month to do so.