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

Written off after Olympic disappointment, Paula Findlay re-emerges as a force

On Aug. 4, 2012 at the London Olympics, Canadian triathlete Paula Findlay endured the most devastating performance of her career. Many had written her off after the Edmonton native's last-place finish. But a recent victory in Daytona Beach, Fla., has Findlay thinking big again.

'Family first': Northern Ontario's Krista McCarville declines invite to Scotties bubble

Northern Ontario skip Krista McCarville, who was the runner-up at the 2016 Scotties in Grand Prairie, has decided not to enter the Calgary curling bubble after being hand-picked to represent the province.

Kerri Einarson, Brad Gushue to form Canada's newest mixed doubles curling team

Last year’s Scotties and Brier champions are joining forces to form Canada’s newest mixed doubles curling team. Kerri Einarson and Brad Gushue have made it official that they will be competing as a team at the upcoming mixed doubles national championship set to take place in mid-March at the Calgary bubble.

Wheelchair mixed doubles curling added to 2026 Paralympics in Italy

The Paralympic community is celebrating after it was announced Wednesday that another discipline of the roaring game has been added to the 2026 Paralympics in Italy.

Indigenous leadership needs to be at heart of creating sports programming, says former NAIG CEO

Five years ago today the TRC's results were released, including 94 "calls to action." Nos. 87 to 91 called upon governments, national and international sporting officials to collaborate with Indigenous Peoples on several fronts. But gaps in youth community sport programming on First Nations still exist.

B.C. couple wants to put Portugal on curling map

A Portuguese curling couple inside a rink in Nanaimo, B.C., is not something you hear every day. But if April Gale-Seixeiro and her husband Steve Seixeiro have it their way, they’re going to put the soccer-crazed nation on the curling map.

Curlers will face harsh penalties for leaving Calgary bubble

Curling Canada will impose harsh penalties should anyone step outside its proposed competition bubble in Calgary, including suspension from competitive play until July 2022, CBC Sports has learned.
Analysis

Why Calgary was chosen as curling hub despite being a COVID-19 hotspot

For as much excitement as there is around Curling Canada making it official that Calgary will be the curling hub city, there are many who are massively skeptical about why it’s being held in what is now the COVID hotspot in the country. 

Calgary selected to host Brier, Scotties, other major bonspiels in hub-style format

Weeks after CBC Sports first reported the Alberta city had been selected to host a number of important bonspiels, Curling Canada made it official on Tuesday that the Scotties, the Brier, the men's world championship and the mixed doubles national championship will all be hosted at Calgary's Canada Olympic Park.

A sad day for CFL fans as Grey Cup Sunday goes dark for 2020

For the first time since 1919 the Grey Cup won't be awarded to a deserving Canadian Football League team and that means the shenanigans that goes with a quintessentially Canadian and quirky celebration isn't playing out either.

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