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

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.
Olympic Field Hockey

Canada captures Olympic men's field hockey berth with dramatic shootout win over Ireland

Captain Scott Tupper, playing in his 307th game for the Canadian men's field hockey team, stepped up under immense pressure to force a shootout in an Olympic qualifier against Ireland. Then the drama really began.
Olympic Field Hockey

Canada to play for Olympic berth in deciding match against Ireland

The Canadian men’s field hockey journey to the Olympics became a little more challenging Saturday afternoon after a 5-3 defeat to Ireland.
Preview

Vancouver roots run deep as Canada takes on Ireland in field hockey Olympic qualifier

The Canadian men's team narrowly missed locking up an Olympic spot at the Pan Am Games in Peru this summer, losing to Argentina in the gold-medal match. So it's come down to this last shot.

Raptors raise championship banner to rafters in scintillating pre-game ceremony

Nobody was going to miss this. The normally late-arriving Toronto crowd rushed to their seats. Nearly 40 minutes before the Toronto Raptors opening night tip-off, every seat was taken. A capacity crowd, the 238rd consecutive sellout at Scotiabank Arena, stood and roared.
Analysis

Raptors, fans set for historic night of celebration as new season begins

The defending NBA champion Toronto Raptors will raise a title banner to the rafters tonight. It's historic. It still seems a little surreal. It's been a long, sometimes dark journey getting to this point.
China Open

Bianca Andreescu meets her match as Naomi Osaka wins battle of U.S. Open champs

Bianca Andreescu lost to world No. 4 Naomi Osaka of Japan in a China Open quarter-final on Friday, ending the Canadian's win streak at a WTA Tour season-high 17 matches.
China Open

Bianca Andreescu wins 17th consecutive match and books spot in China Open quarters

Canada's Bianca Andreescu won her 17th consecutive match after defeating American Jennifer Brady in straight sets 6-1, 6-3 Thursday at the China Open. The longest win streak in 2019 now sets up a tantalizing quarter-final match between Andreescu and the world’s former No. 1, Naomi Osaka.

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.
Exclusive

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.