By Michael Ellis DETROIT, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Automakers resumed production on Monday at most North American plants hit by last week's power outage, but several facilities in Canada were crippled by efforts there to conserve energy. Detroit's Big Three automakers had more than 50 plants hit by the worst blackout in North American history, which struck much of the Great Lakes region on Thursday afternoon. Honda Motor Co. and Toyota Motor Corp. plants in the Canadian province of Ontario ...
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