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Colin Haworth was born in Ottawa in 1916. He studied briefly at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts during the evenings, under Arthur Lismer, Gentile Tondino, H. W. Jones, and Patrick Landsley.
Haworth won a five-hundred dollar prize in the Quebec Concours Artistiques of 1958 and participated in the Winnipeg Shows, the Montreal Spring Exhibition, and the International Exhibition in Granby (1959) and others.
For many years Haworth was a newspaperman and magazine writer. He then joined the firm of Johnston, Everson, and Charlesworth Limited, who specialised in public relations. He was an associate of Ronald Everson for over 16 years. Everson was a lawyer and co-editor of ‘The Printed Word’ and compiled a book of his own poems entitled ‘Three Dozen Poems’ for which Haworth did the drawings.