Now, this might be a really naive suggestion (not to mention impossible rn given the pandemic) but I think we should be trying to organize groups in our localities and then connect with others in nearby localities, federate, and start trying to do things like sending delegates to regional and national congresses to discuss what we want, the different social issues facing our regions, canada, and the world more generally, what we can do to tackle them, how to organize in a way that empowers the people in our localities, etcetcetc.
I live in a place that's pretty safe from the pandemic, so I've been able to organize a study group over the last few months and our plan is to read about things like Seasol and the Greater Toronto Workers' Assembly to get ideas, then to start organizing folks.
I know a lot of us can't really manage something like that right now, but I'd like to see us take whatever steps we can to not just empower our communities and coworkers, but to baby-step towards a national organization. We could get some stuff on the go like anarchist periodicals that discuss canadian-specific and local shit (for example: the pulp mill in the town nearby me closing and what that means for the indigenous ppl whose land it was built on and poisoned, the workers, how to understand such a complicated intersection of issues, etc).
If anybody's interested message me and maybe we can start a slack chat or something to discuss how to move forward with a goal like this. Maybe we can buy a web-domain (I could put up the cash for that or whatever) and use it to publish regular articles essays, and interviews on shit.