, an A-26 water bomber operated by Airspray Ltd., had it's nose gear collapse on landing at Pincher Creek at 0100Z. The 2 crew were not injured, however there is reported to be substantial damage to the a/c. Initial indications are that the nosewheel forks may not have been re-connected following the a/c being towed while attending an airshow. TSB have been advised, and more details will follow. UPDATE The nose gear scissors had been disconnected for the a/c to be towed while attending an airshow at Lethbridge, and not re-connected prior to takeoff. The takeoff was normal, but the crew got an unsafe gear indication once airborne. The pilot was able to see the nosegear through an access panel and saw the scissors dangling. Prior to landing, the crew shut down the engines, but during the roll-out at about 50 knots, a severe shimmy developed and the nose gear collapsed, substantially damaging the a/c.