The Juby Project is a gold exploration project in Ontario, Canada, approximately 15 kilometres west-southwest of the town of Gowganda and 100 kilometres south-southeast of the Timmins gold camp within the Shining Tree area in the southern part of the Abitibi greenstone belt. Gold was first discovered in the Shining Tree area in the 1930s.

Over 14,000 acres are controlled through the patented claims of the Juby Project covering a 10 kilometre strike length of the west-northwest trending Tyrrell Shear Zone (TSZ) in the Abitibi greenstone belt with IAMGOLD’s Cote Gold project and Alamos Gold’s Young-Davidson mine, both within 70 kilometres of the project.

In October 2020 an in-pit delineated Mineral Resource Estimate was completed. In 2021, Aris Mining completed a 10,000-metre drill program to test extension along strike and known high-grade areas.

December 2021 Drill Results

Aris Mining sees potential to infill along the strike of the TSZ to extend the existing Juby Main Zone (JMZ) and Gold Lake Zone (GLZ), testing the higher-grade prospects associated with Big Dome Zone (BDZ) and Hydro-Creek LaCarte Zone (HCLZ), and to follow up on other targets and trends identified in historical work programs.

The Juby Project has excellent access to infrastructure including a major highway, a power transmission line that passes through the property, and an abundance of water in the region. The regional geological setting at Juby is similar to that of the Kirkland Lake and Timmins gold camps and is largely underexplored.