(Adds Honda details in paragraph 8) TORONTO, Aug 18 (Reuters) - The auto industry in Ontario was scaling back production on Monday after the provincial government urged big electricity users to take conservation measures as it attempted to return the power system to normal after the worst blackout in North American history. General Motors of Canada said about 11,500 of its workers across Ontario were either laid off temporarily or were working shifts during non-peak hours to help save ...
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