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U of W opens indoor soccer facility

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The University of Winnipeg's  $40-million dollar UNITED Health and RecPlex at 350 Spence St. will provide recreational and health opportunities along with enhanced student sports programs.

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The University of Winnipeg's $40-million dollar UNITED Health and RecPlex at 350 Spence St. will provide recreational and health opportunities along with enhanced student sports programs. Photo Store

Retiring University of Winnipeg president Lloyd Axworthy will open the $40-million RecPlex indoor soccer complex this morning.

Axworthy and Premier Greg Selinger will preside over the official opening of the new facility on the west side of Spence Street directly south of the Duckworth Centre in the heart of the main campus.

The event is expected to be the last major campus expansion event for Axworthy, who retires at the end of the month.

The U of W has yet to announce his successor.

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