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.

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'I worked for this moment': Interim men's coach Biello wants to lead Canada into 2026 World Cup

Canada Soccer announced on Wednesday that Mauro Biello will remain as interim coach of the men's national team until a new permanent coach is hired. The board of directors have decided that won't happen until the appointment of a new general secretary.

Penny Oleksiak moving her training to California to prepare for Paris Olympics

Penny Oleksiak, Canada’s most decorated Olympian, is taking her training south of the border to California to prepare for the Paris Olympics.

Summer success shows Canadian Para athletes are primed for Paris

Myriad medals in swimming, athletics and other sports is setting up Canada's team nicely with one year to go until Paralympics.

McIntosh's opening-night showdown begins Canada's swim program at World Aquatics Championships

Summer McIntosh, Maggie Mac Neil and Josh Liendo have their eyes on gold when swim meet begins July 23 in Fukuoka, Japan.

Canadian diver Wiens withdraws from World Aquatics Championships due to injury

Canadian diver Rylan Wiens is withdrawing from the World Aquatics Championships in Fukuoka, Japan, after suffering a recent back injury.

Summer McIntosh will swim in 4 individual events at World Aquatics Championships

In an exclusive interview at Canada's staging camp in Toyota, Japan, Summer McIntosh's coach Brent Arckey confirmed the Canadian phenom will swim in four individual events. at the World Aquatics Championships.

Canada's powerhouse swim team faces big expectations at World Aquatics Championships

Competition at the World Aquatics Championships begins July 14 with diving, artistic swimming and open water swimming. That then leads to the start of the water polo competition. High diving and swimming close out worlds with the last day set for July 30.

'Hockey mom' Katherine Henderson eager to take on challenge as new leader of Hockey Canada

Katherine Henderson understands there are going to be challenges ahead as Hockey Canada's new president and CEO, but says she's ready to meet the moment and lead the organization in a new direction through her experience in business, sport and having been a hockey mom for years.

Canada Soccer awaits response after 'best and final' compensation offer to men's, women's teams

Canada Soccer's general secretary said Tuesday the organization has presented a "best and final" offer of compensation to its men's and women's national teams and is awaiting their respective responses.

Uncertain status of Canadian swim stars creates relay dilemma for coaches ahead of world championships

Four-time Olympic medallist swimmer Taylor Ruck has withdrawn from this weekend's international swim meet in Santa Clara, Cali., creating more uncertainty for coaches on what women's relay teams might look like at summer's world championships.