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The Dragon is Hiring!

Posted by Stephen Corston on

We're looking for an enthusiastic team member for our Guelph location, who loves challenges and learning new things. Retail experience and product knowledge preferred but not required. This position is 20 hours a week at minimum wage. Please apply by July 25th by completing the Google form here and submitting your resume in person at either Guelph location or by email to jennifer@dragonguelph.com. Interviews will proceed the following weekend and the position will start right away.

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BIG NEWS from The Dragon!

Posted by Jennifer Haines on

After 6 years, I have made the important decision to close our Gordon Street location at the end of August. We loved being able to expand our family-focused shopping to the South end of Guelph, meeting new customers and providing more convenient access to old ones. However, after 2 very long years of pandemic struggle I've decided the best way forward is to consolidate the two Guelph locations back into the Downtown one, in order to provide better, more efficient service going forward. Believe me, this is a great move! The Gordon Street location will close at the end of the day...

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Moon Knight Episode 1 Review

Posted by Stephen Corston on

Moon Knight Episode 1 Review

At long last, Moon Knight has joined the ever-expanding MCU. The debut episode was released Wednesday on Disney+ and I found it really enjoyable. It looks like it will be an exciting change from the usual Marvel fare.In “The Goldfish Problem” we meet the meek Steven Grant (Oscar Isaac), a bumbling gift shop worker, in London. Steven spends most of his time alone talking to his mother’s voicemail, his one-finned gold fish, or a park statue. Steven seems to have issues with sleepwalking and has put up all sorts of barriers in his flat to keep his body from walking off...

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ComicsPRO 2022 Keynote Speech

Posted by Jennifer Haines on

My parents are both immigrants. My dad from small town England, near Liverpool and my mum from Jamaica, growing up in the exceptionally named town of Wait-a-Bit. My dad moved to Canada to take a job as a patent agent, and at the age of 81, is going to retire for the second time any day now… he swears. His mother started her own business doing at-home makeovers in the 40s, and started a dramatic society to raise funds for blankets for soldiers at the front. My grandfather was a navigator, responsible for training most of the British navigators in...

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