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

Justin Kripps defends Bobsleigh Canada culture after Kaillie Humphries lawsuit

Current Canadian bobsleigh athletes are speaking out in support of Bobsleigh Canada's culture following Kaillie Humphries's allegations regarding head coach Todd Hays. In a statement, Olympic champion bobsleigh athlete Justin Kripps says "all the returning national team members" he's talked to feel they "train and compete in a safe and supportive environment."

Kaillie Humphries alleges abuse by Bobsleigh Canada head coach Todd Hays

Three-time Olympic medallist Kaillie Humphries says Bobsleigh Canada head coach Todd Hays verbally and mentally abused her during the 2017-18 season.

Kaillie Humphries sues Bobsleigh Canada, prepares to compete for U.S.

Two-time Olympic champion Kaillie Humphries says it’s become clear Bobsleigh Canada no longer wants her on the team and has asked to be released, so she can compete for the U.S. This comes more than a year after Humphries filed a harassment complaint with the national sport organization

From teen to tennis queen, Bianca Andreescu basking in the celebration at home

As much as Bianca Andreescu is cherishing the championship moments and attention since winning the U.S. Open, the 19-year-old is glad to be home.

'Get used to it': U.S. Open champ Bianca Andreescu is already hungry for more

Bianca Andreescu is fearless on the court and equally as fearless when it comes to letting the world know about her goals.

Bianca Andreescu thrives under pressure to win historic U.S. Open

There couldn't have been more pressure on Canada's Bianca Andreescu. With tennis legend Serena Williams mounting a memorable comeback in the second set and more than 23,000 fans inside Arthur Ashe Stadium going crazy, the Canadian teenager was feeling the pressure. It's exactly where Andreescu wanted to be.

Canadian teen vs. American legend: Andreescu-Williams U.S. Open final guaranteed to make history

Bianca Andreescu's meteoric rise in the tennis world over the past season is nothing short of remarkable, and fans at the U.S Open can't get enough of the 19-year-old from Mississauga, Ont.

Bianca Andreescu makes history, to play Serena Williams in U.S. Open final

Bianca Andreescu has become the first Canadian to reach a singles final at the U.S. Open, defeating Switzerland's Belinda Bencic 7-6 (3), 7-5 in the semifinals on Thursday.

'Is this real life?' Bianca Andreescu's dream season continues, battles to earn berth in U.S. Open semifinals

Bianca Andreescu's magical U.S. Open run continues. The 19-year-old from Mississauga, Ont., posted yet another comeback victory, beating No. 25 seed Elise Mertens of Belgium 3-6, 6-2, 6-3 on Wednesday.

Bianca Andreescu prepares for big U.S. Open moment with confidence of a champion

She's got the swagger of a champion and the confidence of a player who has won Grand Slams before. And yet this is all new to Canada's Bianca Andreescu, who is set to play in the quarter-finals of the U.S. Open on Wednesday.

After 1 last championship, basketball legend Linklater now turns full attention to creating positive change

Michael Linklater knew people were watching him closely throughout his career and he used the court as a catalyst to create change. Now he'll do the same as he walks away from the pro game for the final time.

Saskatchewan Rattlers complete storybook ending with 1st-ever CEBL Championship

It was a storybook ending Sunday afternoon in Saskatoon as the hometown Saskatchewan Rattlers made history by capturing the first-ever Canadian Elite Basketball League title.

Canadian Elite Basketball League eyes expansion as 1st season wraps up

As the inaugural Canadian Elite Basketball League season wraps in Saskatoon Sunday and a champion is crowned, commissioner Mike Morreale already has lofty expansion plans for the future. CBC Sports sat down with Morreale to reflect on the opening season and look ahead at what’s to come for the CEBL.

Nick Nurse wants Canada's NBA-thin roster to reach for new heights at basketball World Cup

After Canada’s thumping of the Australians 90-70 in just their third exhibition game, a result many weren’t expecting, head coach Nick Nurse talked at great length about the quick evolution of his team.

No lead is safe — unless lightning strikes during a CFL game

Last Friday in Montreal, Mother Nature’s wicked wrath wreaked havoc on a game between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and Alouettes.