A man charged with impaired operation of a vessel causing death after a mishap in Colpoys Bay earlier this month made a brief appearance in an Owen Sound courtroom Thursday.Christopher Solomon, 39, of Neyaashiinigmiing will have to wait about two weeks for the Crown’s disclosure of evidence because there’s a conflict which prevents the local Crown’s office from dealing with the matter.Grey County Crown attorney Peter Leger did not say the nature of the conflict on the record in the Ontario Court of Justice. A Crown attorney from another court jurisdiction will handle the case, he said. Solomon’s next court date is July 18.Solomon’s first charge relates to the death of Tyson John Sinclair Denning, 26, of East Garafraxa Township, west of Orangeville, who died after a boat sank on Colpoys Bay on the night of June 7 in South Bruce Peninsula.He also faces a second charge, operating a conveyance with a blood-alcohol concentration 80 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood, on June 8 in South Bruce Peninsula, court documents show.The conveyance, which was not specified, is new wording introduced in recent Criminal Code amendments. It means a motor vehicle, vessel, aircraft or railway equipment.Grey Bruce OPP said in a news release officers were called to Colpoys Bay just after 10:30 p.m. on Friday, June 7 after people reported hearing calls for help coming from on the water. Police learned that a 16-foot vessel had sunk and four men were in the water.Three of the men were rescued, with a 19-year-old man and a 22-year-old man taken to hospital by ambulance for cold water exposure, the release said. Police said the men were believed to be in the water, about a kilometre from Wiarton, for about half an hour.Denning was found deceased in about 20 feet of water just after 2 a.m. on June 8 and his body was recovered that afternoon. The vessel was also recovered.