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Grab a hanky, it's November Christmas 

Nova Scotian-shot tearmaker premieres on Sunday night.

November Christmas. Starring John Corbett, Karen Allen, Sam Elliott and you, dear Nova Scotia. Sunday, 10pm on CBS.

A couple weeks ago Matt Semansky wrote about the upcoming hockey movie Goon, and how it's set in Halifax but shot in Winnipeg. Nothing to worry about, as we seem to have cornered the market for frozen tear and holiday cheer. Also, death.

Remember Alicia Silverstone's Candles on Bay Street, also shot here: A single mom returns to her small town because she's dying and needs someone to take care of her young son.

The Christmas Shoes, starring Rob Lowe. A young boy tries to buy a pair of special shoes for his mother before she dies.

November Christmas? A small town rallies around a young, dying girl and her family to give her special holiday moments.

Apparently the TV grim reaper walks among us.

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