Devin Heroux

CBC reporter

Devin Heroux reports for CBC News and Sports. He is now based in Toronto, after working first for the CBC in Calgary and Saskatoon.

Latest from Devin Heroux

'We're in crisis': Safe sport advocate Allison Forsyth says feds must be preventative in tackling sexual abuse

Less than a week after Canada's sport minister Pascale St-Onge announced a number of new measures to combat what she calls a crisis in the country, sexual abuse survivor-turned-safe sport advocate Allison Forsyth is questioning just how effective the measures will be.

Officials aim to 'change the face of curling' by welcoming greater diversity, inclusion

Richard Norman delivered a keynote address years in the making on Thursday morning. Norman played a crucial role in helping organize a symposium being held this week by Curling Canada titled "Changing the Face of Curling."

Olympic champion sprinter Bruny Surin chosen as Canada's chef de mission for Paris 2024

Bruny Surin is an Olympic champion, world champion, an Order of Canada member and now he can add another title to his long list of accomplishments: Team Canada's chef de mission for the Paris 2024 Olympics.

Canadian swimmer Taylor Ruck enjoying success on the road to recovery from eating disorder

Taylor Ruck says she's excited and energized again and can't wait to get down to business in the lead-up to the world championships this summer in Budapest.

Canadian swim team adjusting to life without longtime head coach Ben Titley

Canada's swimming team is aiming to maintain the momentum that former head coach Ben Titley helped create with world championships and the Commonwealth Games looming.

Penny Oleksiak wearing her success with ease following historic Olympic performance in Tokyo

At 21, Penny Oleksiak is benefiting from the maturity and experience of a swimmer that's been through a lot, has won a lot and wants to win many more races in the years to come. 

Canadian teen Josh Liendo aims to break both records and barriers in swimming

Canadian swimmer Josh Liendo is a man on a mission and he's not afraid to talk about it. The 19-year-old has been taking down Canadian records in his pursuit of being one of the best swimmers in the world.

Canadian swimming star Maggie Mac Neil prioritizing mental health, will swim fewer events at worlds

Maggie Mac Neil explained she will not be competing in any individual events at the upcoming world championships this summer in Budapest, citing anxiety and pressure to succeed as something that's been pushing down on her and making it difficult to compete.

'Once-in-a-generation swimmer': McIntosh breaks Canadian record on opening night of trials

In the same event she finished fourth in during her Olympic debut at 14 years old in Tokyo, Summer McIntosh broke her own Canadian record in the 400-metre freestyle event at national swimming trials in Victoria on Tuesday.

Canadian Paralympians hail $1.2M donation as step toward bonus equality with country's Olympians

Sanjay Malaviya, a Canadian healthcare technology entrepreneur, is giving $1.2 million to support Team Canada athletes, meaning 130 Olympians and 53 Paralympians who won medals at their respective Tokyo and Beijing Games will receive $5,000 each.