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The top 20 most viewed posts of 2012

It's the first day of 2013 and as has been tradition for us it's time to look back at the last twelve months and revisit some of the most viewed posts on the site. In sum, the site received just over 45 million page views last year and reached more than 8.2 million unique visitors. Also, our iPhone and iPad apps generate more than 1 million page views a month. Some of the topics that resonated the most this year included monkeys, our Mayor, male strippers, Google, Liberty Village and Astral info pillars and bus shelters. Measured by page views, these are the top 20 posts from 2012.

20. What's the grossest things you've seen on the TTC?
19. A first look at the colossal new Massey Tower condo
18. Revisiting the beer store monopoly and why it sucks
17. Photos of the 2012 no pants subway ride
16. Ikea monkey goes viral in Toronto
15. The food at the CNE is trying to kill you
14. Confessions of a male stripper in Toronto
13. The new Google HQ in Toronto is better than your office
12. What Liberty Village looked like before the condos
11. The top 8 foods trends in Toronto for 2012
10. Rob Ford removed as Mayor of Toronto
9. Photos of the new Robocop being filmed in Toronto
8. Guerrilla art groups hacks dozens of Astral info pillars
7. A lesson in heritage restoration at Queen and Bathurst
6. City Hall gets a zip line for a limited time
5. A TTC etiquette guide, vintage edition
4. Astral TTC bus shelter ads get hacked
3. Vintage photographs of winter in Toronto
2. Photos of the World Naked Bike Ride in 2012
1. A roundup of Union Station flood funnies

See also:

The top 20 most viewed posts of 2011
The top 20 most viewed posts of 2010
The top 10 most viewed posted of 2009


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