Good job on including the quick lifts in your workout! They're fun and make a nice complement to other training.
There are several places in town that have weightlifting platforms. National Sport Development, U of C, COP, Altadore Weightlifting club and MRU come to mind. FYI, MRU costs $10/visit and less if you buy a 10 visit pass ($8.50/visit) and indeed, the scenery is excellent! There are a few Crossfit clubs that also have platforms and would probably welcome drop-ins. I know of a place on Edmonton Trail that has platforms, but the name escapes me right now. There are many more, but you have to look for them. I've been to a couple of downtown office towers with training facilities that had full sets of bumpers. You will find many people, myself included, who have setups in their garages and are often more than willing to accomodate those interested.
My experience is that Peak Power is expensive, the hours are restrictive and parking is an added expense. The facility often gets crowded with teams training; people can often be seen training in the hallways. They have no changeroom or showers; changing takes place in a public washroom shared with SAIT, the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. Showers can be had in the SAIT gym upstairs for an additional fee.
FWIW, there are currently 36 male and 4 female lifters ranked in the province. Of the 36, 9 are of national calibre or higher. In a province of 3.7 million, that's a pretty small number so I would hope that others would welcome you into their ranks regardless of your proficiency. Competing at any level is an excellent opportunity to learn, gain experience and meet with like minded individuals. There are excellent lifters in every province, but truth be known, even the best Canadian lifters can't compete with the best in the world. The more people who try weightlifting, the better the chance of producing national or international calibre lifters so I don't think there is any shame in lifting if you are not of national calibre. Lift for yourself, take pride in your accomplishments and see where it takes you. Good luck.