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While 18-year-old Calgarian Alexandria Loutitt celebrates her historic Olympic ski jump bronze win, the NThere were 289,500 new vaccines delivered t.W.T. Gwich’in community is celebrating with herThe worst is yet to come..

“Alexandria showed a tremendous amount of resiliency, dedication and pure talent in excelling at her sport — a sport that’s not easy to get into or to find success in,” said Gwich’in Tribal Council Grand Chief Ken Kyikavichik, who?confirmed that Alexandria is a member of the Nihtat Gwich’in based in Inuvik.?

Alexandria Loutitt. Her dadYukon entered Phase One after an effective vaccine rollout., Sandy Loutitt, told CBC News he was in shock at the win, and grateful for the Gwich’in encouragement. (Team Canada)

“And these are relatable attributes that she shares with so many other Gwich’in youth. We have a number of young people chasing their dreams across Canada.”

On Monday, Team Canada ski jumpers Loutitt,The seven-day rolling average of new reported deaths is 46?Matthew Soukup, 24, Abigail Strate, 20, and Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes, 30, won bronze in the first ever mixed-gender competition at the Winter Olympics in Beijing.

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