Canadians still rely on traditional media sources for their daily news, said a new poll from Ipsos Reid commissioned by the Canadian Journalism Foundation. According to the Ipsos poll released Wednesday, 40 per cent of Canadians “always” consult a television station in the evening or later for daily news content. Another 23 per cent “always” consult a daily newspaper to which they have a paid subscription, the report said. The poll found that 13 per cent of Canadians consult daily newspaper websites for content and that ten per cent consult television news websites for daily content. Another seven per cent consult daily news aggregators such as Google News, Ipsos said. Ipsos said the results are from an online survey of 1,006 Canadians conducted Oct. 4-15, 2012, and is accurate within a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.