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

Team Walker earns spot at Canadian Olympic curling trials with win over Team Brown

Laura Walker booked her ticket to the Canadian Olympic curling trials in Saskatoon after her team claimed an 8-4 win over Team Brown at the trials direct-entry event in Ottawa on Sunday.

Kidney donation highlights close-knit nature of Canada's curling community

Charles Gagnon and Adam Freilich have been competitors on the ice — but this past week they became lifelong teammates. Freilich has been battling Stage 5 kidney failure, desperately trying to find a donor. This past May, his team took to social media putting a call out for anyone who might be a match and able donate a kidney. Gagnon answered that call. 

Proposed WCF curling rule changes now under consultation

As the sport of curling tries to forge a new path and win over new fans, proposed rule changes by the World Curling Federation are creating quite a stir in the granite world.

CBC Sports' 'That Curling Show' returns as fight to reach Beijing Olympics heats up

It’s only September but Canadian curling teams are already fighting for their Olympic lives. Starting Wednesday in Ottawa, the first two pressure-packed bonspiels get underway. CBC Sports is going to be bringing fans extensive curling coverage throughout the season.

How Canadian athletes rose to showcase resilience at unique Olympics, Paralympics

The warm glow of the cauldron has been extinguished to end Tokyo 2020, but as Devin Heroux writes, champions — new and old — emerged in a Games collectively marked by resilience and courageousness.

CBC Sports extends coverage plans to include women's sitting volleyball

CBC Sports is extending coverage plans at the Paralympics to include live streams of the first two Canadian women’s sitting volleyball games in coordination with the International Paralympic Committee, Olympic Broadcasting Services and Canadian Paralympic Consortium.
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Women are dominating Canada's performance at the Olympics — and we shouldn't be surprised

Everywhere you turn at the Tokyo Olympics, there are Canadian women carving a new path for women in sport in their country. Through five days of competition in Japan, Canada has claimed nine medals — all by women.

Canadian men's field hockey team wants to be 'giant killers' in Tokyo

With a scorching sun blasting down Tuesday afternoon on Tamanawis Field in Surrey, B.C., Canada's men's field hockey team continued its preparations for the Tokyo Olympics, with a focus on trying to finally break through at the big event.

'Unselfish' Canadian basketball team 2 wins away from qualifying for Olympics

There’s an unmistakable positive energy surrounding the Canadian men’s basketball team as they compete at the Olympic qualifying tournament in Victoria, B.C. this week. 

Canada clinches Group A, semifinal berth with commanding win over China

A day after grinding out an opening game victory over Greece, Canada dominated China with a complete team effort and cruised to a second-straight win in Victoria at the men's Olympic qualifier, 109-79.

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