Elections BC has been working on voting changes since the Election Act was changed in 2019.
From the document's introductory statement, "The changes include using electronic tabulators to count paper ballots and laptops to look up voters and cross them off the voters list. These changes will make voting faster and easier."
You'll be glad to know, as I was, that these changes do not include online voting or the use of electronic voting machines.
In the next provincial election scheduled for 2024 and at each voting place, the many ballot boxes used in 2020 and in previous elections will be replaced with one ballot tabulator.
These changes pave the way for One Day Voting because the reduction in line ups would accommodate a large turnout if almost everyone waited to vote until Election Day.
I prepared the following diagram to demonstrate the reduction in line ups: