In fall 2020, a group of 27 individuals with diverse backgrounds related to wildlife conservation gathered together (online) to contribute to a wildlife corridor planning charette that would go beyond the work in the Halifax Green Network Plan. The charette brought in the knowledge of local experts, including people familiar with specific wildlife corridors and areas of conservation value near urban Halifax. The outcome of this event and subsequent work is The Wildlife Corridor Landscape Design Charrette Summary Report (with associated maps). It shows and describes where wildlife corridors should be conserved close to urban Halifax. The charette event was partly hosted by the Nova Scotia Crown Share Land Legacy Trust, but the report is not a product of any one group. Partners have collaborated to inform planning for wildlife corridors that may be completed by HRM or other landscape-level planners.