Christian communities within and without the Anglican Communion have found many ways to celebrate this strange and unusual Easter Day. I commend to you the following:
Two different groups did big "virtual choir" songs: The Episcopal Church took on "The Strife is O'er" at https://episcopalchurch.org/virtual-choir. And the United Methodists produced a version of "Christ the Lord is Risen Today": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pr54po5s0nQ.
Three Easter sermons you might enjoy:
Archbishop Melissa Skelton of our diocese preached in the Easter service broadcast from Christ Church Cathedral: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsyJARE8f2k&feature=emb_logo.
Primate Linda Nichols preached in a joint service with the national Lutheran Bishop Susan Bell: https://www.anglican.ca/news/easter-service/30026179/.
The Episcopal Church's Presiding Bishop Michael Curry preached in Washington DC: https://www.episcopalnewsservice.org/pressreleases/presiding-bishop-michael-currys-easter-sermon-from-the-livestreamed-service-at-washington-national-cathedral-english-spanish/.
This poem about Easter in the midst of pandemic was one of the highlights of my social media feeds: https://malcolmguite.wordpress.com/2020/04/12/easter-2020-a-new-poem/. Another short reflection that really hit home for me on social media was this Facebook post from Parker Palmer: https://www.facebook.com/photo?fbid=10157160026682078&set=a.448150067077 (I think that should load, even if you aren't logged into a Facebook account).
In our Zoom Coffee Hour, one of our members metioned that there is a movement among First Nations to share some of their dancing by video as acts of prayer and healing. You can find some here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udQ-e7VtptE.
Not exclusively for Easter... You might also enjoy the video series Sacred Teachings on our national church's page: https://vimeo.com/canadiananglican.