(Adds Ottawa probing problems with emergency procedures) By Ka Yan Ng TORONTO, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Ontario began its work week with the first real test of its fragile power supply on Monday and pleaded with business and the public to halve their energy consumption as generators rebuild to full capacity following North America's biggest power blackout. The Independent Electricity Market Operator, which regulates the provincial electricity grid, said Ontario was capable of generating ...
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