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Here are some options ... lots of other guide books and web pages can be found through the google machine.
Pretty much all the spots on the above link require travel through complex terrain.... so maybe not great spots if you don't have a whole lot of experience in the group.... maybe someone else can weigh in on less complex locations.
skiitsbetterBuy the guidebook "Summits and Icefields in the Canadian Rockies". The "Powder slopes near the road" and Kananaskis sections were pretty handy when I was starting out for finding good spots before working my way up to other stuff in subsquent years and in the spring when stability is better.
skiitsbetterBuy in store. Most ski touring oriented shops in the Edmonton/Calgary/Canmore/Banff area should have copies.
Backcountryskiingcanada.com has some additional routes, though it is missing a couple of good ones in Kananaskis.
Black Prince, Bow summit, Crowfoot glades and Tryst Lake are good places to start out, just remember what you learned in your avalanche courses, there are a lot of n00bs like you out there and a lot of stupid skintracks. Don't blindly follow them.