If the Ontario provincial election was a condominium corporation, there would have been quorum to hold the Annual General Meeting. There would not have been quorum, or attendance, to vote on a by-law.
Elections Ontario reports that the 2022 provincial election had the worst voter turnout in history with 43 percent of eligible voters choosing to cast a vote.
The 2018 provincial election had 57 percent voter turnout. Typical voter turnout ranges from 48 percent to 66 percent.