The content of the Code of Service Discipline and its application by military authorities, including :
- the persons subject to the Code of Service Discipline;
- the entire body of substantive service offences, including offences of a sexual nature and offences with racial motives;
- the punishments prescribed to sanction service offences, including imprisonment and detention;
- arrest and pre-trial custody;
- summary trials by commanding officers or superior commanders, and their upcoming replacement by summary hearings;
- trials by Court Martial, including the process for preferring charges, the conduct of preliminary proceedings and of the trials themselves, and the applicable laws of evidence;
- the office and role of the Director of Military Prosecutions;
- the office and role of the Director of Defence Counsel Services;
- the office and role of the Chief Military Judge and of military judges;
- appeals to the Court Martial Appeal Court and the Supreme Court of Canada;
- The military police.
- The office and role of the Canadian Forces Provost Marshal.
- The system of military grievances.