From Dollarama to Halifax: The odd journey of 2,000 Annie Leibovitz photos

Canadian discount-store giant Dollarama is best known for its cheap party supplies and household items – not as the purveyor of highly valuable portrait photography. But the founder of the chain, Montreal's Larry Rossy, is part of the early intrigue surrounding the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia's $20-million Annie Leibovitz collection, which remains in storage under a cloud of controversy.

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