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

Women's world curling championship added to Calgary bubble for April

Kerri Einarson's Manitoba team will represent Canada when tournament begins on April 30. 

Curling Day in Canada: A community comes together, while still staying apart

Today, despite a global pandemic, we're celebrating Curling Day in Canada. In backyards, on outdoor lakes and even on icy streets, curling fans are finding ways to take part in the game they so deeply love. Still apart. But still finding ways to connect. Because at the heart of curling, and what has always made it such a loveable game, is that connection to people and community.

With 8 teams remaining, Scotties title feels like anyone's game

Jennifer Jones, Kerri Einarson and Rachel Homan were picked by many to advance to the championship pool, but what many didn't see developing was a young Quebec team and veteran Saskatchewan skip also rising to the top. 

St-Georges trying to carve historic path for Quebec at Scotties

Laurie St-Georges and her Quebec team are capturing the hearts and minds of curling fans across the country with their performance at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Calgary.

Moms missing rinkside moments with kids during Scotties 'bubble' format

The restrictions on family members makes this tournament different from years past, when fans would be treated to memorable moments as the curlers' kids waited at ice level to embrace their moms after a win or loss. 

Sandra Schmirler's curling legacy lives on with 20th edition of annual telethon

Sandra Schmirler, from Biggar, Sask. was larger than life on the ice. She was kind, caring, humble to a fault. On the pebbed sheets, she was intimidating.

Scotties match between Northwest Territories, Canada postponed due to illness in bubble

The Saturday afternoon curling game between Northwest Territories and Team Canada has been postponed after a member of Kerry Galusha’s Yellowknife foursome fell ill in the middle of the night Friday.

Aly Jenkins' Scotties dream fulfilled as Saskatchewan teammates carry her memory into curling nationals

Saskatchewan's Team Sherry Anderson will be carrying a special jersey at this year's Scotties as a memorial to its former teammate and friend, Aly Jenkins.

Curlers ready for a Scotties like no other — all in the face of the unknown

In the backdrop of empty seats, cardboard cutouts of fans sprinkled across some of them, and restricted movement unlike anything ever seen at a women's national championship, the 2021 Scotties Tournament of Hearts is set to begin Friday night in Calgary — in the midst of pandemic.

Pandemic forces 2nd cancellation of women's world curling championship

The 2021 women’s world curling championship has been cancelled.
 The event, scheduled to take place from March 19-28 in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, was not supported by the Swiss Local Health Authority.