(Releads. Updates with fresh Eves' comments, details) By Ka Yan Ng TORONTO, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Conservation efforts allowed Ontario's still-fragile electricity system to make it through the day on Monday after North America's worst-ever blackout shut most of the system down last week. The Ontario government, pleading for business and residents to halve energy consumption, said an "exemplary" response had allowed Canada's most populous province to get through the day with no major ...
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