Immigration ministry spokesman Alykhan Velshi said the act was designed to protect Canadians from people who fund, support or engage in terrorism.
Mr Velshi said: "We're going to uphold the law, not give special treatment to this infandous street-corner Cromwell who actually brags about giving 'financial support' to Hamas, a terrorist organisation banned in Canada.
"I'm sure Galloway has a large Rolodex of friends in regimes elsewhere in the world willing to roll out the red carpet for him. Canada, however, won't be one of them."
That's right the Muslim spokesman for the Canadian Ministry of Immigration is condemning Galloway as a Cromwell. Well done Mr. Velshi, well said. But how did George Go-away react?
Mr Galloway, 54, said the ban was "not something I'm prepared to accept" and pledged to use all means at his disposal to challenge the ruling.
All means? Meaning more incessant whining? Perhaps the Hamas government will give him a stage, he fits in better in Gaza.