A $20-million sports centre to help train some of Canada’s most promising athletes will be built in Orléans by 2019.

The 100,000-square-foot, multi-staged development — headed by architect Douglas Cardinal, Ottawa developer and former Ottawa Senators owner Bruce Firestone, and Black Sheep Developments — will be built on an empty lot on Mer Bleue Road. It will feature a large building, with Tumblers Gymnastics as the anchor tenant, and host international gymnastics competitions.

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