Canadian_Rose: Of the roses from your list which I have grown in the past, I am on the East Coast (can get down to-20C) and have been growing roses for a long, long time, and I have "moved the envelope" as far as it could be moved with respect to growing non-zone compatible Roses, and I have an unheated greenhouse as well, and I respectfully suggest you rule out the following from your list:
#s: 2,3,4,5,7,8,12,15(never), and 16. If you had a longer growing season in Calgary for anything, it would be a different story - you just had snow a few days ago and your Spring arrives late. Would I just leave this post after saying the above??? Never!! Been where you are now, still am, and will still keep trying, so here are my respectfully-submitted thoughts:
Firstly: The "Canadian" roses series are very hardy and can be planted in the ground where you are. While most of them are once-only blooming, they are very hardy, including all the "Morden" roses as well.
Secondly: I think you have an even better option for in-ground roses - the "Carpet" roses. Certainly worth a try, grown by PanAm but offered through Costco delivered right to your door, bare root. They bloom from late June on, continuously, totally disease free, and an unbelievable number of blooms, beautiful high-centered blooms. Four or five colours, the crimson red is unbelievable! One is supposed to take grass shears in the Spring, and just lop off a third of the canes-never got to it this spring, and they are five feet high, and even in a downpour, still great! Just went out in the pouring rain to snap these pics, a little blurred (as I am right now) LOL!
Thirdly: If you want to "move the envelope" on any fragrant HT you want, do it, even if you only get one season from it!!!!! And you will unless it is really disease-prone, and even still, chances are it will bloom before it goes to pieces. Take pictures of the blooms, worth the $10-15$. Of the roses you listed, a lot are available from Wallymart, buy them, pot them up and put them, on the sunniest patio/deck you have!!! Hill them up in the pots when the season is over, and put them in the garage! If they don't survive, who cares, you have the memories and the pics. So many available, "Peace", "Chicago Peace", "Glowing Peace" anbd most of those that you listed. Just do it!! Cheers!