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28 VALLIèRES ST. Cohen’s Mon­treal home is an unas­sum­ing grey­stone just off Sain­tLau­rent Blvd. and Parc du Por­tu­gal. BAGEL ETC, 4320 SAINT-LAU­RENT BLVD.

Lo­cated just across the street from Cohen’s house, this funky diner was his pre­ferred break­fast spot and in­cludes some mem­o­ra­bilia, in­clud­ing his wool cap. MAIN DELI STEAK HOUSE, 3864 SAINT-LAU­RENT BLVD.

Open from 10 a.m. un­til 5 a.m., this deli was a favourite of Cohen’s for its smoked meat. MOISHES, 3961 SAINT-LAU­RENT BLVD.

Cohen used to dine at this clas­sic Mon­treal steak house sev­eral times a week. SHAAR HASHOMAYIM SYN­A­GOGUE, 450 KENSINGTON AVE., WESTMOUNT. Cohen’s fam­ily syn­a­gogue, lo­cated in the neigh­bour­hood of Cohen’s youth, is also the old­est Ashke­nazi syn­a­gogue in Canada. Both his grand­fa­ther and great­grand­fa­ther served as its pres­i­dent. SHAAR HASHOMAYIM CEME­TERY, 1250 CHEMIN DE LA FORêT, OUTREMONT. Cohen is buried in a fam­ily plot in this Jewish ceme­tery on the slopes of Mount Royal. (With files from Eva Friede)

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