This happens. After the fact, there isn't a ton you can do about it; the meeting was missed, and whatever that is, it is. You should apologize to your boss, as you suggested, that should be sufficient assuming this doesn't happen often.
One thing to note: Based on the fact that you are Canadian (I am also Canadian), my guess is that your manager's name is not "Tonny" and is instead "Tony". If you are apologizing for something you did wrong, make sure to at least spell your manager's name right when you send a note to apologize, lest you turn an already bad situation into a worse one.
In future, here's what you can do to avoid this situation:
When you go to bed, if you are not feeling well, send your manager a note saying "I am going to bed now, but I am not feeling well; I may not be able to show up for the meeting tomorrow due to feeling ill", or something like that. Similarly, if you wake up in the middle of the night, when you feel well enough to do so (after you've handled whatever other considerations you have), do the same thing: Send an email, saying, "It's the middle of the night and I woke up feeling ill; I may miss the meeting tomorrow". You do not need to explain anything about your illness, you do not need to say when you will be feeling better or how or anything else, simply "I am not feeling well, I may miss the meeting", that's all you need to say. This is just to give your manager a heads up not to expect you in the case that you do end up missing the meeting, and so that he can make an excuse for you not attending if needed, and so that he can prepare whatever documents or notes he needs to keep you up to date. Simply not showing up without any such announcement is somewhat unprofessional and may make your manager upset; giving your manager warning that you may miss the meeting ahead of time helps smooth things over a lot.