(Adds details throughout, byline) By Rajiv Sekhri TORONTO, Aug 18 (Reuters) - The auto industry in Ontario scaled back production on Monday after the provincial government urged energy conservation in an attempt to return the power system to normal after the worst blackout in North American history. Steel companies also cut back to help Canada's largest province save electricity and the government asked nonessential workers to stay home. Even Burger King delayed until Thursday the ...
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