Goobers is set in the medieval times of druids, sorcerers, knights, and paladins. The character you control will endure many monsters and players along your road to glory! You will face deadly monsters, and nearly accept defeat as you test your abilities on countless quests. The game has no limits and can always be played with something new to do.Goobers - Read More
All the sweet candy you could ever want has been included in this game. Your main role in the game is to swipe away candy to everyone in the neighborhood. Everyone on the block wants your candy and your highscore depends on it. The first candy you miss will be the end of your game, you will be forced to look at your highscore and try again to beat it.Free Candy - Read More
When you pick up a pretend gun, that little kid inside all of us wants chase around our friends and shoot. You may have been told to stop in the past, but now with this app you don't have to!Shotgun 3D - Read More
Torn City App
This app lets you access the text-based online RPG set in Torn City, a dark, murky underworld where only the sharpest survive. In Torn City you can be anyone and do anything. Build your character to infinite strengths and play it your way. Torn City is a massively multiplayer game with thousands of active players around the world. Join them, attack them, befriend them, marry them, trade with them, compete with them. Whatever you do – Do it now!Torn City App - Read More
Danielle Smith was elected as the Leader of the Wildrose on Oct 17, 2009. Prior to her leadership victory, Danielle was the Director of Provincial Affairs for Alberta with the Canadian Federation of Independent Business. She worked with all levels of government to represent the interests of CFIB’s 10,000 small business members in Alberta.Wildrose - Read More
Before joining CFIB, Danielle had extensive experience in the media. She was an editorial writer and columnist at the Calgary Herald for six years. She served as host of Global Sunday, a national current affairs television talk show and was also the host of two programs on CKMX 1060 AM radio in Calgary – Health Frontiers and Standing Ground. She has made frequent guest appearances as a commentator on TV and radio.
Danielle’s public policy experience began with an internship at the Fraser Institute. She was also elected as a trustee for the Calgary Board of Education and served as the director of the Alberta Property Rights Initiative and the Canadian Property Rights Research Institute.
Danielle received a B.A. in English and a B.A. in Economics from the University of Calgary.
Danielle and her husband David live in High River with their well walked dog Caine and new puppy Colt.