His trademark Stetson fedora (seen on the album jacket) was known to audiences on television and in supper clubs and lounges in Montreal and far beyond. When Cliff appeared in an episode of SEEING THINGS for CBC TV with Louis Del Grande, the producer specifically asked that his trademark Stetson fedora be placed on the grand piano for the scene.
On October 7, 1996, Dawn McSweeney stole Cliff's Stetson along with everything of value that I had worked for all my life and everything Cliff had left me.
While the hat might not have the commercial value of all the jewellery Dawn McSweeney stole, she knew it would hurt me terribly to lose it and, apart from greed, Dawn's motive was to hurt me terribly.
All the details of these crimes have been reported to the Montreal Police and members of government at all levels for thirteen years. To this very day, the thief and her "partners in crime" continue to enjoy their ill-gotten gains.
If you have information that will lead to bringing the "partners in crime" to justice and the return of everything they stole, there is a reward being offered. Please leave a message at this site.