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

Pay equity 'makes us proud to be curlers and role models': Jennifer Jones

When it was announced two week ago pay equity was coming to Canada's national curling championships, Jennifer Jones was bursting with pride. "As a mom of daughters, I want them to be able to reach for the stars and do it in an equal way," the 2014 Olympic champion said.

No need to panic, Brad Gushue says, Canadian curling is just fine

It's approaching two years since there was all that panic, look yourself in the mirror moments and hyperbolic talk about Canada needing a curling summit in the wake of last Olympics. Time for a reality check.
Analysis

'I know I still have more in me': Kaillie Humphries hungry for Olympic gold with Team USA

It's been 654 days since Kaillie Humphries last went down a bobsleigh track in a competitive race. This past weekend the former Canadian bobsledder made her debut for the United States in Lake Placid, N.Y.

Erik Read wants to carve his own path while living up to family name

There’s something different about the way Erik Read is feeling to start this alpine ski season. He can’t quite put his finger on it just yet. But there’s a different type of energy, focus and motivation as he gets set to take on the rest of the world.

Pay equity comes to curling: Scotties and Brier winners to cash in same amount

The men's and women's national champion curling teams will now be cashing in the same amount of prize money. Curling Canada CEO Katherine Henderson announced on Sunday that the Scotties and Brier champions will both receive $105,000.

Legal analyst says Flames face million-dollar decision on what to do with Bill Peters

A sports legal analyst believes the challenge facing the Calgary Flames is whether they can fire Bill Peters for just cause for comments the team's head coach is alleged to have said.

Daniel Carcillo says allegations against Bill Peters a wake-up call for hockey

"What’s happened with Don Cherry, Mike Babcock, not only the firing but mind tricks and what happened with Bill Peters is a big wake-up call for hockey,” says former NHL player Daniel Carcillo in an interview with CBC Sports.
Analysis

Drought over, pants on: Bombers deliver a Grey Cup win for the ages

The longest Grey Cup drought in the Canadian Football League is over and a longtime Winnipeg Blue Bombers fan can finally put pants on again.
Analysis

Drought Bowl: Winnipeg, Hamilton look to capture long-awaited Grey Cup victory

From the teams that brought us the Fog Bowl in 1962 and the Wind Bowl in 1965, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Hamilton Tiger-Cats are now preparing for what many are calling the Drought Bowl.

CFL commissioner wants league to show some 'good old-fashioned swagger'

CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie says the league and its players need to be bigger, bolder and proud of the CFL.

Chelsea Carey hoping lucky hat inspires Blue Bombers in Grey Cup

Canadian curler Chelsea Carey is gearing up for Sunday's Grey Cup game in Calgary and is hoping a Winnipeg Blue Bombers hat once worn by her late grandfather can bring some luck to the Bombers in the championship game.

Norway forfeits match as Broomgate 2.0 hits European championships

A curling controversy is sweeping through the European championships being held in Helsingborg, Sweden and aptly, brooms are at the heart of it. 
Analysis

Canadian men's soccer team unravels early in loss to U.S.

The Americans promised redemption. The Canadians promised consistency. Then the match started and the U.S. surged early, while Canada unraveled and fell 4-1 in a Group A CONCACAF Nations League rematch on Friday.
Preview

Canadian men's soccer team needs more 'country-changing' moments to be taken seriously

One giant stride forward, but now what? That’s the question looming over Canada’s men’s soccer team as the squad gets set for their rematch Friday night against the Americans in Orlando

Jacobs wins 'Battle of the Brads' to capture curling's Tour Challenge

As the temperature drops, the snow falls and winter’s grip tightens across the Canadian landscape, curlers are now heading into the hottest stretch of the roaring game’s season.