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A milestone worth celebrating

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May 07, 2015 - 3:44 PM

We just want to say Thank You.

Infonews.ca achieved a major milestone today: One million pageviews a month.

We doubled our traffic in five months and we think that’s worth sharing.

Sure, we may not be the biggest, but we don’t measure success by pageviews alone.

We are successful if we bring you news and information you care about. We are successful if we offer responsible and careful journalism in this crazy social media world. We are successful if we help make our communities better.

Go on, compare. If we measure up, make us your homepage. If not, let us know and we’ll do our best to be better.

For now, we are on our way to two million. Come join us for the ride.

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