I had no preset applied while the import happend and I double-checked it again a minute ago.
I see you use LR on a Mac - I use it on a Win10 PC, but I do not think that this will be different.
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I am curious if it will work on your machine. Thanks in advance for testing.
I had a look at your image in both Lr and Bridge (uses Adobe Camera Raw). Neither displays the GPS coordinates. This may be a bug in Lr/ACR handling of EOS M50 raw files. So, best you raise your issue here Lightroom Classic CC | Photoshop Family Customer Community
Above forum is monitored by Lr / ACR QE and Developers whereas this forum is not.
The CR3 format is a new Canon format based on QuickTime (actually, the ISO Base Media File Format, which is based on QuickTime), whereas almost all other raw formats are based on TIFF. So it's not surprising that LR might still have some bugs with it.
When you file your bug report, be sure to include the link to the sample file.
ExifTool shows the GPS coordinates stored in your sample file:
[EXIF] GPS Version ID : 188.8.131.52 [EXIF] GPS Latitude Ref : North [EXIF] GPS Latitude : 24 deg 15' 48.94" [EXIF] GPS Longitude Ref : East [EXIF] GPS Longitude : 55 deg 44' 56.35" [EXIF] GPS Altitude Ref : Above Sea Level [EXIF] GPS Altitude : 282.9 m [EXIF] GPS Time Stamp : 07:30:23 [EXIF] GPS Satellites : [EXIF] GPS Status : Measurement Active [EXIF] GPS Map Datum : WGS-84 [EXIF] GPS Date Stamp : 2018:05:10