It may sound more like a sandwich than a new city committee.
But the membership of the BLT has been announced.
The Brand Leadership team has the task of rolling out Kenora's new brand of being North America's premier Boating Desitnation.
The 13 member committee will be headed by Randy Nickle, who is also chair of the city's Tourism Committee.
The committee will work with the local business community, community partners, residents and the boating industry to implement all 60 recommendations made by Roger Brooks in creating Kenora's new brand.
The Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre in Trenton says a float plane that crashed near the Ontario/Manitoba border had an emergency locator beacon on board, but it was a friend of the pilot who alerted authorities to look for the aircraft.
CaptainJean Houde says the plane was found upside-down in Lake Kapekun just west of Woodland Caribou Park.
Houde says the rescue centre didn't receive a signal, and suggested it could have been because the beacon may not have transmitted well underwater.
The 81-year-old pilot,who took off Saturday morning from Gimli, was found dead inside the plane.