I have climbed 100 multi pitch ice routes in the area, Peter probably has as well. Use this main summitpost page
I compiled for folks like yourself. Location and grade are on one easy to follow page. Most folks tell me it is quite helpful in their planning. I guess it is as it flows to the top of Google when you search Canadian Rockies Ice.
Like Steve and I have warned you a bit....you have to pick various locations and route options due to the conditions present when you arrive. Based on your skill set and objective(s), I recommend basing out of Canmore which is the most centered of all towns for ice. If you have specific questions about routes, fire away.
Professors and Cascade are easy routes as well as easily accessible. Should be two to start on for sure, as long as avalanche conditions are appropriate for each. If you have bad avalanche conditions, you will be forced to explore the Ghost Wilderness routes so you might consider renting a 4x4 as part of your flexibility and planning. Good Luck. Look forward to seeing your trip report.
Canadian Rockies Ice