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  • by Dolores Gubasta

Rediscovering: DON NEWLANDS

Don Newlands

Don Newlands’s work defined Canadian photojournalism and documentary photography for close to two decades. Newlands worked as a photographer and photo editor during the 1960s and early 1970s for many nationally and internationally significant publications, including The Canadian, Weekend, Maclean’s, Black Star, Time, Life, and Paris Match.


Dolores Gubasta is a photo editor and owner of the KlixPix photography agency in Toronto, Ontario. She produces editorial projects nationally and internationally and is the agent for the Don Newlands image collection.

Don Newlands: A young Pierre Trudeau (in a white turban) on an attempt to row to Cuba.