Hindu marriage under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 by virtue of section 2 of the Act, applies to Hindus who are domiciled in India and you are citizen as well domicile of Canada, so this Act shall not apply to you.
Secondly you state you had Hindu marriage where? In India or in Canada? If in Canada you solemnized Hindu marriage still your marriage got registered in Canada that must be Civil marriage that you must have done after the Hindu marriage ceremonies which must have got registered there. In that case you have right to seek the dissolution of your marriage from Canadian court that will be valid anywhere in the world, including India.
Even if you had Hindu marriage ceremonies in India that was not registered in India, the Hindu marriage in India will be covered under the Hindu Marriage Act,1955 for your wife who is Indian citizen and domiciled of India but not for you as you are not domiciled in India, in this case too for you the divorce in Canada will be valid by all means anywhere in the world including India and even if your wife challenges the validity of the decree of Canadian court in Indian court as the same was not obtained under the Hindu Marriage Act,1955, for you that will not be problem as your case is clear for the reason mentioned above, you will be free man and move ahead in your life.