Thanks for sharing that link. I think its a little too detailed to be useful. The biggest fixed expenses you will have will be housing and car (if you own one). As for housing there are many ways to optimize that live downtown in a smaller condo, live in a suburb in a bigger house. As for car if you live in the city you can just take public transport its very good or ride a bike lots of people do. When you want o travel further away rent a car or get a zip car membership. I have a bike share membership that lets me ride anywhere to anywhere at anytime.
Honestly in the days of saving for your future are gone with low interest rates and high inflation what you put away is loosing value daily. The only way I see is earning more and investing and Canada gives you both those opportunities. The ratio of salary to cost of living are much better here. Also you have great options to invest including in yourself with great universities and a fast growing tech community in Toronto.
Also in places like India a big part of your savings for the future are around medical costs and in Canada that is taken care of for you. Add to that there is a bigger social safety net with social benefits after retirement. Investing in a house seems like a good idea here as returns are tax free far as I know.